Fire crews called to church blaze

FIREFIGHTERS have been called into action after a derelict church in Ipswich caught fire.Two crews and a turntable ladder were called to Belmont Road after the 15 metre by 15 metre wooden-framed building went up in flames.

FIREFIGHTERS have been called into action after a derelict church in Ipswich caught fire.

Two crews and a turntable ladder were called to Belmont Road after the 15 metre by 15 metre wooden-framed building went up in flames.

Around 25 per cent of the roof was involved in the blaze.

Crews were called at 1.26pm and the fire was under control by 2pm.


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