Snape: Firefighters tackle chimney blaze

FIREFIGHTERS have tackled a chimney blaze at a pub in a coastal Suffolk village.

The fire started at the Golden Key pub in Snape at 3.45pm and one crew from nearby Saxmundham was sent to the property.

The flames in the hearth were quickly put out and debris was removed before firefighters used chimney rods and a stirrup pump to tackle any remaining flames in the flue.

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