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Clacton: Crews extinguish pub fire

21:45 27 March 2014

Fire crews were called to extinguish a fire in Clacton.

Fire crews were called to extinguish a fire in Clacton.


Firefighters today tackled a fire at the Tom Pepper pub on Marine Parade West, Clacton.


Two crews from Clacton and one from Weeley were sent to the scene at 4.39pm.

The fire was at the rear of the pub and involved a flat roof, which the incident commander reported as well alight.

The fire was fully extinguished by 5.48pm.


1 comment

  • Another Arch ant error! Why does the caption under the stock photo of a fire appliance refer to a flat fire in With am when the news item is about a pub fire in Clacton? More care please.

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    John Haseltine

    Friday, March 28, 2014

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