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A major fire at a bowling alley and indoor market in Great Yarmouth overnight has now been put out, Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service have confirmed.
22 fire engines and the police helicopter were sent to the scene.
22 fire appliances are still tackling a huge fire in Great Yarmouth in Norfolk.
Emergency were called to Regent Superbowl in Regent Road just after 3 this morning.
More then a dozen emergency services vehicles and the police helicopter are currently on the scene.
Nearby properties have been evacuated.
Commuters are being warned to expect delays with a number of roads closed including Nelson Road Central, St Nicholas Road and Trafalgar Road.
These are the latest pictures from the scene of a huge fire in Great Yarmouth.
22 fire appliances are currently at the scene of the blaze at Regent Superbowl in Regent Road.
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Emergency services are currently at the scene of a significant fire at a business premises in the Great Yarmouth area.
Police, fire and ambulance were called to Regent Superbowl in Regent Road in the town at around 3.20am today (August 5).
A cordon has been put in place and number of nearby properties have been evacuated.
Road closures have been made in areas including Nelson Road Central, St Nicholas Road and Trafalgar Road.
The closures are expected to remain in place for sometime including into the rush-hour and motorists are asked to find alternative routes where possible.
It is too soon to confirm the cause of the fire which appears to be under control, however there is a large amount of debris in the area.
No-one has been reported injured.
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