Crews attend two straw fires

FIRE crews attended a suspicious blaze in Great Livermere when 10 tonnes of straw caught alight.The incident happened in Bury Road at 9.10pm on Saturday and took firefighters two hours to get under control.

FIRE crews attended a suspicious blaze in Great Livermere when 10 tonnes of straw caught alight.

The incident happened in Bury Road at 9.10pm on Saturday and took firefighters two hours to get under control.

Crews also attended a fire in two tomes of straw on the road between Monks Eleigh and Lindsey at 9.48pm.

Four bins caught alight in a car park in Main Road, Woolpit at 1.09am on Sunday . Crews spent ten minutes putting out the blaze.

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