Fire crews called to turkey shed blaze
FIREFIGHTERS were called to tackle a blaze at a turkey rearing shed at a farm in a Suffolk village.
Two fire engines attended the incident at Cucumber Farm in Cucumber Lane, Weston, near Beccles, at 6.59pm today.
On arrival crews discovered a fire in an overhead heating unit in the shed which had already been extinguished.
Firefighters ventilated the building and stood down from the scene at 7.15pm.
Fire crews were called to tackle an undergrowth blaze in Lowestoft this evening.
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One fire engine from the Lowestoft South depot attended the incident at Corton Cliffs in Corton Road at 8.01pm.
On arrival fire crews discovered 100 square metres of undergrowth well alight.
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Firefighters used one hose reel jet to tackle the blaze and the fire was extinguished at 8.28pm.