Suspicious Ipswich fire
FIRE crews were called to a suspicious fire at a flat in Woodbridge Road, Ipswich, today. Emergency services were called at about 11.50am and three engines attended to control the flames.
FIRE crews were called to a suspicious fire at a flat in Woodbridge Road, Ipswich.
Emergency services were called at about 11.50am on Saturday and three engines attended to control the flames.
The flat was empty and no one was hurt.
A fire service spokesman said the blaze, at the town centre end of Woodbridge Road, is being treated as suspicious. It was brought under control by 12.20pm.
Police also attended the scene and assisted the fire service by closing off part of the road to traffic.
See Monday's Evening Star for the full story.
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