Farm blaze animals saved
LIVESTOCK at the centre of a Suffolk farm blaze have been saved.Up to 50 animals were involved in a fire this afternoon at a farm in Ellough, near Lowestoft, which was attended by five crews of firefighters.
By James Fraser
LIVESTOCK at the centre of a Suffolk farm blaze have been saved.
Up to 50 animals were involved in a farm fire in Ellough, near Lowestoft, which was attended by five crews of firefighters yesterday.
The livestock was moved to a safe area shortly after the fire started at 4pm.
Crews from Lowestoft and Beccles spent just under an hour fighting the flames.
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