‘Large amount of rubbish’ set on fire in early morning blaze
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Firefighters were called out to tackle a large amount of rubbish ablaze.
A crew from Lowestoft South fire station responded to the early morning call-out on Gas Works Road in the town.
They were alerted to a “reported fire in the open” close to Britain’s most easterly point at Ness Point around 1.40am on Wednesday, March 18.
A brigade spokesman said: “Bluewatch were mobilised to reported fire in the open near Ness Point at 1.42am.
“Crew extinguished large amount of rubbish with one hose reel jet.”
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THe blaze was soon under control and the scene was cleared by 2.28am.
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