Firefighters tackle kitchen blaze
FIREFIGHTERS tackled a blaze which started in the kitchen of a home in Bury St Edmunds.
FIREFIGHTERS have tackled a blaze which started in the kitchen of a home in Bury St Edmunds.
Crews battled the first in the semi-detached house in Gloucester Road.
The incident took started shortly before 2.25pm today.
Wearing breathing apparatus, firefighters battled the flames using hose reel jets.
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The fire had been put out within 25 minutes.
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After arriving at the scene in the town’s Bury Road at just after 3pm, the flames were battled using water back packs. The incident was brought under control by 3.30pm.