House fire in Haverhill

Stock image. Picture: PHIL MORLEY

Stock image. Picture: PHIL MORLEY - Credit: Archant

Two fire engines were called to a house fire in Haverhill in Suffolk tonight.

Firefighters put out a “small” fire inside a house in Fritton Court. They were called at 9.53pm tonight (Wednesday, November 29) and the fire was out “within a matter of minutes”, a fire brigade spokesman said.

She confirmed there was no-one trapped or anyone injured.

She said: “Crews didn’t have to use a hose reel. They only had to use backpacks (backpack fire extinguishers).”

Suffolk Constabulary were not called to the incident, a force spokesman said.

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