Crews tackle rubbish and car blazes
FIREFIGHTERS were called to the Thoroughfare in Woodbridge today at to put out a rubbish fire. A spokesman for the Suffolk Fire and rescue service said a crew from the town was called shortly before 2am to a rubbish fire.
FIREFIGHTERS were called to the Thoroughfare in Woodbridge to put out a rubbish fire.
A spokesman for the Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service said a crew from the town was called shortly before 2am yesterday to the rubbish fire.
It was put out shortly afterwards.
A crew from Princes Street fire station, in Ipswich, was called to a hedge fire in Wherstead Road, Ipswich, shortly before 11pm yesterday. That fire was also extinguished within a few minutes.
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Earlier, at just after 5.35pm yesterday, a crew from Princes Street was called to the Stowmarket-bound carriageway of the A14 between Copdock and Sproughton to a car on fire.
A fire service spokesman said firefighters wearing breathing apparatus brought it under control.
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