Fire crews attend Glemsford Primary Academy after ‘strong smell’ noticed coming from fuse box

Fire fighters were sent to Glemsford Primary Academy this morning after a 'strong smell' was discove

Fire fighters were sent to Glemsford Primary Academy this morning after a 'strong smell' was discovered coming from a fuse box (stock image). Picture PHIL MORLEY - Credit: Archant

Fire crews have attended Glemsford Primary Academy near Sudbury after a ‘strong smell’ was found coming from a fuse box.

A crew from Long Melford were sent to the scene at around 9.55am today, Monday, December 4, along with engineers from UK Power Networks.

A spokesman for Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service said: “We were called to Glemsford Primary Academy on Lion Road because there was a strong smelling coming from the main fuse box.”

The power was isolated and the fire service called a stop to the incident at around 10.40am.

A spokeswoman for UK Power Networks said: “UK Power Networks engineers were called to Glemsford Primary Academy in Glemsford at 10.33am today to support the fire service by isolating power supplies.”


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