Toilet block blaze near fire station is extinguished by crews
- Credit: SARAH MAPEY
Firefighters have tackled a blaze in public toilets in a historic Suffolk street.
The fire was in the toilet block opposite the Angel Pub in Theatre Street, Woodbridge - just round the corner from the fire station.
An appliance from the local station and also Ipswich East attended, extinguishing the fire with 25 minutes by 10.34am.
A spokeswoman for Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service said a member of the public had seen smoke coming out from the building, adding no-one had been hurt.
A spokeswoman for Suffolk police confirmed no-one had been trapped inside.
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The cause of the fire and whether it is suspicious is unknown at this stage.
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