A town centre road has been closed after crews returned to the scene of a fire in Ipswich.

Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service were called at 9pm last night to Upper Orwell Street. 

There were 10 crews sent to the scene, including three engines from Ipswich East, two from Woodbridge, two from Princes Street.

Altogether 10 breathing apparatus, four jets, three hose reel jets, aerial ladder platform and short extension ladder when tackling the fire.

They were assisted by crews from Holbrook, Needham Market, Stowmarket, Hadleigh and Elmswell. 

Drone images captured the emergency response to the blaze.

Ipswich Star: Smoke could be seen coming from the roofSmoke could be seen coming from the roof (Image: GenX Radio Suffolk)

Pictures taken on Saturday revealed the extent of the damage caused by the fire.

Ipswich Star: Upper Orwell Street on Saturday morningUpper Orwell Street on Saturday morning (Image: William Warnes, Newsquest)

Ipswich Star: Ipswich Borough Council engineers have been inspecting the buildingIpswich Borough Council engineers have been inspecting the building (Image: William Warnes, Newsquest)

Just before 8pm this evening, the road was closed while a crew from Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service returned to the scene.

Firefighters could be seen lifted above the property.

Ipswich Star: Firefighters at the scene on Friday evening.Firefighters at the scene on Friday evening. (Image: SFRS)

Ipswich Star: Crews from across Suffolk were sent to the fire.Crews from across Suffolk were sent to the fire. (Image: Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service)

Earlier on Saturday, a spokesperson for Suffolk County Council said: "The fire was at a kebab shop in Upper Orwell Street.

"It started in the extraction system and spread to the ground floor and first floor.

No casualties were reported apart from one person suffering from minor smoke inhalation.

The building has been damaged by the fire and Ipswich Borough Council engineers are going to be inspecting the structure."