Bin fires keep fire service busy

OVERNIGHT Suffolk's fire crews were kept very busy with a series of callouts to bin fires across the region.

OVERNIGHT Suffolk's fire crews were kept very busy with a series of callouts to bin fires across the region.

In Ipswich, crews from Princes Street attended three separate bin fires. At 2.13am one crew were called to the scene of a wheelie bin on fire at Pintail Close.

A short while later at 2.28am another crew from the Princes Street station extinguished a bin fire on a lamppost on Aster Road.

And two minutes later fire control received a call alerting them to another wheelie bin fire at Grebe Close in the town. All three fires were brought under control by 2.44am.


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And in Newmarket five crews were dispatched to bin fires across the town.

At 1.16am on Church Lane one crew extinguished a wheelie bin fire. Meanwhile another call at 1.25am alerted fire control to another wheelie bin fire on the playing fields at a school on Rowley Drive.

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At 1.37am two crews from the Newmarket station were called to Newmarket College on Exning Road where a bin store was found to be alight.

And at 2.28am more firefighters from Newmarket were dispatched to tackle a wheelie bin blaze on Heathen Close.

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