Bonfire spreads at ‘scary speed’ but no injuries after blaze at East Harling charity
There were no injuries to people or animals after a small bonfire at a cat rescue charity spread at “scary speed.”
Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service were alerted to a fire at an outbuilding at East Harling’s Feline Cat Care Rescue on Friday night, shortly before 7pm.
A small chunk of woods, a storage area and a number of gardening tools were lost in the fire, but no cats or people were harmed.
A post on the charity’s Facebook page read: “Huge thanks to the Norfolk Fire Service for their swift response this evening.
“Of course all cats, animals and humans are unharmed but we’re a little shaken.”
It said that the clean-up operation would wait until after their annual Open Day, which ran from noon to 3pm.
Huge thanks to the Norfolk Fire Service for their swift response this evening
Two crews from Attleborough and Thetford attended and used hose reel jets and a thermal imaging camera to extinguish the blaze and dampen down the area.
For more information on Feline Cat Care Rescue visit www.felinecare.org.uk and www.facebook.com/felinecarecatrescue