A person has died and another has been taken to hospital after a house fire in King's Lynn.
Emergency services were called to an address in Alice Fisher Crescent in the early hours of this morning (January 14).
Police have now sealed off the property and will work with fire investigators to find out what caused the blaze.
Eighteen months after their deaths, mystery still surrounds what happened to a young couple in the moments before being struck by a car as they walked along the A47 in Norfolk.
The driver told an inquest the man pushed his fiance into the path of his car.
Witnesses have said the couple were arguing between Wisbech and King's Lynn in July 2014.
Superintendent Paul Durham said the police looked at several scenarios but there was no evidence of any of those:
- they were fleeing a third party
- a suicide pact
The inquest concluded both died as a result of a road traffic collision.
Click below to watch a report on the inquest by ITV News Anglia's Malcolm Robertson
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Runners turned out in force near King's Lynn in West Norfolk today to show their support for a marathon man.
Ben Smith is running 401 marathons in as many days. Today was number 111.
He's doing it to raise money for anti-bullying charities.
"I went away to school when I was 10-years-old and unfortunately I was mentally and physically bullied because of my sexuality.
That affected me all the way through until I was about 30-years-old."
Click below to watch a report from ITV News Anglia's Claire McGlasson
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A coroner has raised concerns about procedures at a Norfolk mental health trust after an aspiring fitness instructor died while under its care.
36-year-old Christopher Higgins, from King's Lynn, jumped from a concrete ramp and later died from a severe head injury in 2013.
He'd been admitted to the town's Fermoy Unit the day before due to concerns about his mental state.
Today Mr Higgins' parents said they believed his death was entirely avoidable.
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A gang which used a JCB digger to steal a cash machine from a shop in Long Sutton near King's Lynn have been jailed.
The men were caught as they smashed through the front doors of a grocery shop in the early hours of 19 October.
Police arrested Dale Smith, from Worcester, at the scene. Levi Mitchell from Harlow and Leo Smith from Peterborough were caught in a stolen lorry nearby. Levi Smith, also from Peterborough, was caught while trying to escape.
All four men pleaded guilty conspiracy to burgle. They were sentenced today at Lincoln Crown Court.
Levi Smith sentenced to four years in prison, Dale Smith for three years and eight months, Levi Mitchell for three years, and Leo Smith for two years
“This was a brazen attempt to remove an ATM cash machine from a building using a JCB, and the offenders thought nothing of smashing through the front of the shop, not knowing who was inside the premises."
Click below to watch police footage of the ram raid.