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Gallery: Bus catches fire near A14 in Levington

15:40 13 January 2014

A bus was on fire in Levington earlier today. Photo: Jodie Harrington

A bus was on fire in Levington earlier today. Photo: Jodie Harrington

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A blaze which broke out in a bus in Suffolk was tackled by firefighters for around an hour today.

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Crews were called to Felixstowe Road in Levington following reports of the blaze at around 11.45am today.

A Suffolk Constabulary spokesman said the bus driver, who was the only person onboard, was “badly shaken” but otherwise uninjured.

Three fire engines were called to the scene. The flames were put out by 1.05pm.

The road is blocked in both directions near The Railway Line junction.

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