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Bildeston: Cellar fire at The Red Lion pub

PUBLISHED: 22:54 09 June 2014

Two fire engines were called to The Red Lion in High Street, Bildeston, after reports of the blaze emerged shortly after 9.20pm.

Two fire engines were called to The Red Lion in High Street, Bildeston, after reports of the blaze emerged shortly after 9.20pm.

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A fire broke out at a village pub in Suffolk tonight.

Two fire engines were called to The Red Lion in High Street, Bildeston, after reports of the blaze emerged shortly after 9.20pm.

Firefighters arrived to find the blaze had broken out in the cellar.

They used breathing apparatus, a hose reel and a covering jet to extinguish the fire shortly after 10pm.

The extent of any damage was not known.

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