Fire crews called to undergrowth blaze at disused Woodbridge airfield
- Credit: Archant
Five fire crews from across east Suffolk are attending a fire at the former Woodbridge airfield this morning.
Firefighters were called to the scene at around 7.30am on Wednesday to the fire which is believed to be in deep rooted undergrowth.
The area on fire is understood to measure 100m by 40m.
Five pumps from Woodbridge, Princes Street, Orford, Aldeburgh and Leiston have been called to the scene.
A unimog vehicle is being used to get through difficult terrain near the fire.
You may also want to watch:
The fire is now thought to be surrounded but firefighters remain on scene to fully extinguish the fire.
Two more relief crews have since been sent to the scene to take over.
- 1 Emotional moment as family decides to cease farming in-hand
- 2 'We'll see how we go' - QPR boss Warburton on Bonne recall option
- 3 Man arrested after car crashes into supermarket sign
- 4 Suspected drink driver flees scene after car destroyed in crash
- 5 Couple fear they will never sell home after A12 upgrade outside
- 7 New online booking system for Suffolk recycling centres
- 8 Exhausted farmers cool off the combines after gruelling harvest
- 9 Ipswich Town players' FIFA 22 ratings revealed
- 10 Suffolk man guilty of raping schoolgirl and facing jail sentence