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Suffolk: Firefighters called to shed fire and single-vehicle collision

PUBLISHED: 14:22 26 August 2014 | UPDATED: 14:22 26 August 2014

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Firefighters were called to a shed fire in Swilland, near Ipswich, this morning.

One crew from Princes Street was sent to the scene in Low Road at 9.05am.

The crew on scene requested another appliance so more water would be available and the incident was brought under control at about 9.40am.

Meanwhile, one crew was called to cut a person out of a car which collided with bushes in Pond Hall Road, Hadleigh, at about 8.30am.

The person, who was not seriously injured, was released from the car at about 9.35am.

The ambulance service and police were also at the scene.

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