Fire crews called to barn blaze in Friday Street, Brandeston
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Fire crews have been called to a barn fire in Brandeston this evening.
Firefighters were alerted shortly after 9.30pm to a barn blaze in Friday Street.
Four units have been called to the scene to tackle the fire.
It is believed to be a workshop, although no details were available as to what the barn contained.
No is thought to be injured.
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Fire crews were also called to two incidents of bins being set on fire in Ravenswood Avenue in Ipswich.
A crew from Princes Street attended shortly before 10pm to extinguish the flames, which are believed to have been set alight deliberately.
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