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Felixstowe: Two crews sent to fire in empty flat in Grange Road

PUBLISHED: 06:51 16 June 2014 | UPDATED: 13:18 16 June 2014

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A fire in a block of flats overnight was put out by firefighters.

Two crews from Felixstowe were sent to Grange Road in the town at 3.22am and found a small fire inside an empty flat.

Wearing breathing apparatus the firefighters used one hose reel to bring the fire under control by 4.05am and were back at base by 4.11am.

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