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Lowestoft: Fire breaks out in front room of house

18:59 31 May 2014

Fire at Lowestoft home

Fire at Lowestoft home

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Firefighters from two Lowestoft stations took on a blaze which started in the front room of a house.

The fire started at about 3pm today, inside a property in Sussex Road.

Two engines from Lowestoft South and one from North Lowestoft arrived at the three-storey house, which had become heavily smoke logged.

Crews located the fire in a front room and were able to bring the flames under control by 4pm using two hoses.

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