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Firefighters called to car fire in Tattingstone

22:54 22 March 2016

Fire crews attended the incident

Fire crews attended the incident

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Suffolk Fire and Rescue were called to a car fire in Tattingstone this evening.

Firefighters were called at 9.45pm to Coxhall Road.

One fire engine from Princes Street in Ipswich attended and extinguished the flames by 10.15pm.

A fire service spokesman said no one was injured.

It is not known how the fire started.

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