Update: Fire engine responding to 999 call and car involved in collision
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A FIRE engine responding to a 999 call was involved in a collision with a car this afternoon, police have said.
Suffolk Fire and Rescue and police are investigating the incident which happened in Henley Road, Ipswich, at around 3.30pm today.
A blue Ford Focus was involved in the incident with a Suffolk fire engine. No injuries were reported.
A spokesman for Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service, said: “At 15:33 on Sunday, March 17, a Suffolk fire engine was involved in a road traffic collision whilst responding to a 999 call.
“The incident happened on Henley Road in Ipswich. Thankfully, nobody was seriously hurt in the incident.
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“Working with the police, Suffolk Fire and Rescue is conducting a thorough investigation to determine the cause of the collision, as is standard practice in such incidents.”
Henley Road has now reopened and the car has been removed.
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The fire engine was responding to a 999 call relating to a chimney fire at a thatched roof premise in Bulls Road, Hemingstone, Suffolk – just under seven miles from Ipswich.
Fire crews had extinguished several small fires on the thatch and the chimney fire by 4.11pm.