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Ipswich car fire attended by Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service

PUBLISHED: 06:55 13 January 2016 | UPDATED: 09:07 13 January 2016

One Ipswich fire crew attended the incident. Stock image.

One Ipswich fire crew attended the incident. Stock image.

A car fire in Gresley Gardens, Ipswich, was extinguished yesterday evening.

One crew from Princes Street Fire Station attended the incident, which was off Peppercorn Way, at around 7.10pm.

Crews used one hosereel to extinguish the flames.

The incident had been brought under control by 7.20pm.

The crew had returned to its station by 7.30pm..

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