Firefighters tackle three Suffolk blazes

FIREFIGHTERS have tackled a tree fire, a tumble dryer fire and a fire in a wooded area in Suffolk.

FIREFIGHTERS have tackled a tree fire, a tumble dryer fire and a fire in a wooded area in Suffolk.

At just before 3am today the fire service was called to Nacton Road in Ipswich where a tumble dryer was on fire. The flames were under control 55 minutes later.

Last night two crews were called to Newnham Court, Ipswich, at about 9.10pm where a wooded area, 40m by 50m, was ablaze.

The crews found the area difficult to access, but the fire was under control by 9.55pm.


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At about 2.40pm yesterday firefighters were called to a tree fire in Langer Road, Felixstowe.

When firefighters reached the flames they realised a rubbish bin was also alight.

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The fire was under control in just over ten minutes.

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