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Felixstowe: Suspicious beach hut blaze tackled by firefighters

PUBLISHED: 20:32 14 March 2014 | UPDATED: 20:33 14 March 2014

Archant

Police will investigate a fire at a beach hut this evening.

A fire crew from Felixstowe attended the incident in High Road East at 5.39pm.

The fire was extinguished using a single hose reel jet.

The cause of the fire was said to be suspicious but it was under control just before 6pm.

5 comments

  • High Road East? Don't think there are too many beach huts there unless we've had a very high tide.

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    james n

    Saturday, March 15, 2014

  • That is 2 errors in quick succession from this media source - Ferry Road instead of Ferry Lane and now High Road East instead of? If our local reporter cannot cover local events perhaps whoever does report it will ensure they get their facts right even if it means using Google maps!

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    DALINE

    Saturday, March 15, 2014

  • That is 2 errors in quick succession from this media source - Ferry Road instead of Ferry Lane and now High Road East instead of? If our local reporter cannot cover local events perhaps whoever does report it will ensure they get their facts right even if it means using Google maps!

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    DALINE

    Saturday, March 15, 2014

  • That is 2 errors in quick succession from this media source - Ferry Road instead of Ferry Lane and now High Road East instead of? If our local reporter cannot cover local events perhaps whoever does report it will ensure they get their facts right even if it means using Google maps!

    Report this comment

    DALINE

    Saturday, March 15, 2014

  • That is 2 errors in quick succession from this media source - Ferry Road instead of Ferry Lane and now High Road East instead of? If our local reporter cannot cover local events perhaps whoever does report it will ensure they get their facts right even if it means using Google maps!

    Report this comment

    DALINE

    Saturday, March 15, 2014

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