Huge emergency response after incident in street
- Credit: Archant
A residential street in Haverhill has reopened after the emergency services responded to concerns for the safety of a man in flat.
The fire service were initially called to the scene in Mill Lane shortly after 10.30am today (Saturday, August 29).
It was reported that there were concerns for the safety of a man in a flat.
The incident has now been dealt with and the man is safe and well.
The fire service were joined by both the ambulance service and Suffolk police.
Details regarding the incident were initially sketchy. However, it was confirmed that there was not any wider threat to the public.
At least three fire crews attended the scene and onlookers reported seeing a large police presence.
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