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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.

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

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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.

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  • 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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