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Ipswich fire crews in double call-out overnight

Fire in Ipswich

Fire in Ipswich

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Firefighters in Ipswich were called out twice last night.

Two crews from Princes Street were called to a flat fire in Burrell Road at 11.21pm.

The blaze, on the third floor, was tackled by firefighters wearing two sets of breathing apparatus and using one hose reel.

Both crews were back at base by 0.23am.

In the second incident a crew from Ipswich East fire station attended a car fire in Howe Avenue.

Firefighters were called at 2.42am after multiple calls to the control room.

Wearing two sets of breathing apparatus and using two hose reels the crew had the fire under control by 3am, and were back at base by 3.25am.

4 comments

  • Of course a quick cut & paste job from the Fire Service's facebook account saves the inconvenience of having to pay for proper reporters.

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    James Lakin

    Sunday, October 26, 2014

  • This is local news ? Its like saying Mcdonalds sold some cheese burgers or taxi drivers gave people lifts home after a night out ! The Fire Service were called out to do their job too , i reckon the Police also arrested some people for Crimes yesterday too . But none of that's been reported by Ipswichstar , think of the other local news stories there could have been , would have made great reading . Perhaps they'll do it later today ?

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    Poppys Dad

    Sunday, October 26, 2014

  • this is a local newspaper reporting on local news is what they do!!!!

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    oracle

    Sunday, October 26, 2014

  • So this is a headline ? What rubbish to put on a website !

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    Poppys Dad

    Sunday, October 26, 2014

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