Lenwade power back on after workshop fire blasts

Lenwade fire scene
Image caption Three oxy-acetylene cylinders exploded during the fire

Power is back on at homes and businesses in a Norfolk village which lost the electricity supply following a fire in a workshop.

Villagers in Lenwade had to leave their homes on Sunday afternoon while crews tackled the fire in Heath Close.

A 200m exclusion zone was set up as five oxy-acetylene cylinders were inside the burning workshop. Three of the cylinders exploded.

Residents were later allowed back home and power was restored on Monday.

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