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Linstead Parva: Fire crews called to put out kitchen fire in Harleston Road

22:14 14 July 2014

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Two fire crews have put out a fire in a kitchen.

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It took place in a house in Harleston Road, Linstead Parva, at 5.14pm this evening.

The crews from Halesworth and Stradbroke extinguished the blaze using one hose reel.

The incident was declared under control at 5.29pm.

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