Road blocked by flytippers in Kessingland
Six tonnes of tree cuttings were dumped in a road in Kessingland earlier this week.
The cuttings, including pine, horse chestnut, apple, silver birch and eucalyptus, were dumped in Glebe Road East on Tuesday evening and officers from Waveney District Council spent several hours clearing the cuttings out of the road.
The cuttings had almost completely blocked the road.
Council officer Mike Daniels said: 'This is one of the worst fly-tipping incidents I have ever seen. We had teams out to clear it and they weren't finished until about 1.30am on Wednesday. The police are involved and would like to hear from anyone who has any information.'
Anyone with information should contact Waveney District Council on 01502 562111.