Two people who were injured in a suspected gas explosion at Gorleston in Norfolk have been transferred to a specialist burns unit at Broomfield Hospital in Essex.
A man in his 50s and a woman in her 40s were initially taken to the James Paget Hospital in Gorleston, and have now been transferred, the hospital said.
The explosion happened at a house in Frederick Road at just after 11.30am on Thursday. An investigation is underway into the cause.
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That was more than six percentage points below the average for Norfolk schools - which was 74%.
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Two people have been taken to hospital after what is believed to be a gas explosion in Gorleston in Norfolk.
Firefighters from Great Yarmouth, Gorleston and a Search and Rescue Team from Dereham were called to Frederick Road around 11.36am today (Thursday 5th March)
A man in his 50s and a woman in her 40s were taken to the James Paget hospital with minor burns.
The gas board and UK Power Network are currently at the scene and have isolated the gas and electrical supply to the property.
Crews are still trying to make the building and surrounding area safe. People are being advised to avoid the area.
First time buyers in East Anglia are struggling to get on the ladder because house prices are going up faster than wages.
According to housing charity Shelter, in real terms buyers here are paying £60,000 more now for a house.
It also shows average house prices in the East are now 11 times the average wage - compared to just six times- 15 years ago.
Three people have been charged with slavery and trafficking offences linked to the food industry.
Properties in Great Yarmouth were raided by Norfolk Police, Suffolk Police and the Gangmasters Licensing Authority on Wednesday 4th March following an investigation into people being trafficked and exploited for labour.
Suffolk Police say all those arrested were involved in vegetable and meat processing.
Konstantin Sasmurin, 32, and Linus Ratautas, 29, both from Caister-on-Sea, have been charged with acting as a gangmaster without a licence, holding a person in slavery or servitude, trafficking people for exploitation and money laundering.
Evelina Perekriostovai, 22, also from Caister-on-Sea, is charged with money laundering. They've all been released on bail.
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