Firefighters called to false alarm in High Street, Aldeburgh
Firefighters who were alerted to reports of a house fire in Aldeburgh with people possibly inside found no evidence of a blaze when they arrived on scene.
One crew from Aldeburgh attended the incident in High Street at just after 5pm today.
Writing on the Aldeburgh Fire Station Facebook page, a spokesman for Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service said: “After investigating the property we came to the conclusion it was a false alarm as no sign of fire.
“We left the lady inside with her carers and returned to station.”
Back-up crews from Leiston, Saxmundham and Orford were stood down en route.
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Firefighters left the scene by 5.15pm.
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