Flat fire in Suffolk
Fire crews were called to a fire in a ground floor flat in Great Cornard.
FIREFIGHTERS were called to extinguish a fire in a post box in Ipswich.
The fire broke out in Milton Street just after 5.40pm yesterday but was brought under control within ten minutes.
Meanwhile a derelict shed was damaged when a fire broke out in Ranelagh Road, Ipswich at 10.05am on Saturday.
Two fire crews from the Princes Street fire station were called to tackle the blaze and it was brought under control by 10.20am.
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Crews were also called to a fire in a ground floor flat in Great Cornard, which started in a television at around 11.20am on yesterday.
And four bins caught alight in a car park in Main Road, Woolpit at 1.10am yesterday. Firefighters spent ten minutes putting out the blaze.
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