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Sweffling: Crews from Saxmundham, Framlingham and Leiston tackle barn fire in Low Road

10:40 14 June 2014

Firefighters attended a barn fire in Sweffling

Firefighters attended a barn fire in Sweffling

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Fire crews from across east Suffolk spent more than two hours tackling a barn fire in Sweffling near Saxmundham last night.

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Appliances from Saxmundham, Framlingham and Leiston attended the block built barn in Low Road around 10.30pm.

The water carrier from Leiston was also used to tackle the fire at the building, measuring 20m by 8m,

Suffolk Fire and Rescue said the fire was under control by 12.45am, although crews remained on site damping down for some time after.

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