Firefighters remove roof to tackle outbuilding blaze near chip shop

A photo showing the damage caused by the fire in Newmarket. Picture: MATT SADLER

A photo showing the damage caused by the fire in Newmarket. Picture: MATT SADLER - Credit: MATT SADLER

Firefighters from three different stations in west Suffolk were called to extinguish a blaze that broke out in an outbuilding near a chip shop.

Fire crews at the scene of a blaze in Newmarket. Picture: RUSSELL BRADNAM

Fire crews at the scene of a blaze in Newmarket. Picture: RUSSELL BRADNAM - Credit: RUSSELL BRADNAM

The fire started in a outbuilding of a commercial premises in Market Street, Newmarket.

Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service was called to the scene just after 4.50am.

Crews from Burwell, Mildenhall and Newmarket attended.

The fire service confirmed the flames had been fully extinguished - and recorded a 'stop message' - just before 6.35am.


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A spokesman said the fire started in a storeroom close to the Deep Blue fish and chip restaurant, and was 'heavily developed' when crews arrived.

He said crews removed the roof of the storeroom in order to access the flames and prevent them spreading further.

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