Norfolk is the only fire service in the UK with its own dedicated diving team which is regularly used by police forces.
More than 60 Firefighters are tackling a blaze in Essex involving 160,000 litres of cooking oil.
Three oil tankers have been destroyed in a fire on an industrial estate in Suffolk.
Emergency services are fighting a fire at a house in Kentford near Newmarket in Suffolk. It started at 9.20 this morning in Bury Road. Six fire appliances and a turntable ladder have been called to the scene. One man was taken to hospital for treatment to smoke inhalation.
Two women have escaped a fire at a house in Cambridgeshire. Fire crews were called to the incident at 5.35 this morning at The Avenue in Ramsey.
The two casualties were treated at the scene for smoke inhalation. One was also treated for burns to her legs. An investigation has begun to find out what caused the fire.
Forty residents had to be evacuated from their homes after sparking power cables set fire to a leaking gas main in Bedfordshire.
Crews were called to Leighton Buzzard at 7.20 a.m after workmen reported the fire on Stanbridge Road.
Bedfordshire fire service said the men were working on low voltage cables in the road when the main caught alight.
Police closed the road and 24 homes were evacuated. The blaze was under control two hours later.
The fire service said Stanbridge Road remains closed and local homes will be temporarily without power while workers replace electricity cables and the gas main.
A major road in Suffolk has been closed after three petrol tankers caught fire.
There were reports of explosions on the Lady Lane industrial estate at Hadleigh. Firefighters cordoned off an area near to the A1071. No one's been hurt.
The longest running dispute in British fire service history has come to an end. It's been the cause of strikes and disruption across Essex for the last four years.
Members of the Fire Brigades Union voted 2 to 1 to accept a deal after months of negotiations with managers of the county's Fire and Rescue Service.