Suffolk food factory fire
FIREFIGHTERS have put out a blaze in a Suffolk food factory today.
FIREFIGHTERS tackled a blaze at a Suffolk food factory.
The fire at the Two Sisters factory in Haughley broke out in the diesel unit of a refrigerator trailer at about 11.30pm yesterday.
One fire crew from Stowmarket brought the flames under control by 12.05am today.
A crew from Ipswich was called after rubbish caught alight in Maidenhall Green, off Prince of Wales Drive, at about 11.30pm yesterday.
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That fire was quickly brought under control.
Earlier firefighters tackled a blaze which swept through two acres of undergrowth.
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The fire at Bury Road in Mildenhall was reported at 6.30pm yesterday and crews from the Newmarket and Mildenhall fire stations brought that blaze under control.