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Fire crews called to unattended campfire in Dunwich Forest

PUBLISHED: 15:55 23 August 2020 | UPDATED: 15:55 23 August 2020

Firefighters were called to Dunwich Forest after a campfire was left unattended Picture: LORRAINE COOKE/CITIZENSIDE.COM

Firefighters were called to Dunwich Forest after a campfire was left unattended Picture: LORRAINE COOKE/CITIZENSIDE.COM

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Firefighters were called to Dunwich Forest this afternoon to douse a campfire which had been left unattended.

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Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service were called to the forest just before 2.45pm on Sunday after receiving reports of a blaze.

Four fire crews, from Aldeburgh, Leiston and Southwold, rushed to the scene and put out a fire near a picnic area.

A stop was called by the fire service shortly after 3.45pm after a spokesman confirmed the blaze was “under control”.


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