Fire fighters rush to the scene of blaze at recycling centre near Thetford
- Credit: Archant
Six fire engines have been called to a fire at a recycling plant in Norfolk, which was devastated last year by a blaze.
The fire crews have been called to the Viridor recycling centre in Wretham near Thetford.
The emergency services were called at 11.15am and arrived by 11.21am.
The seriousness of the blaze is not yet known.
In September 2017, more than 90 firefighters were called to the disposal centre on the A1075, to battle a blaze of 600 degrees.
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No one was injured in the fire last year, which happened in the early hours of the morning on September 6.
More updates to follow.
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