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Ipswich: Crews called to blaze at industrial unit

11:55 05 February 2013


FIREFIGHTERS have extinguished a blaze at an industrial unit in Ipswich.


Crews from the town were called to unit in Sandyhill Lane just before 8am where a small fire in a paper shedding unit was discovered.

The blaze was extinguished and crews returned to their station at 8.50am.

The cause of the fire is being investigated.



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