Firefighters tackle wood burner blaze
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An early morning blaze in 'a small wood burner' was quickly tackled by firefighters.
A crew from Southwold fire station were called out following reports of a chimney fire at a property in Reydon on Monday, November 26.
They were called to the property in Elliott Avenue, Reydon just before 1am on Monday morning.
A spokesman for Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service said: 'We were alerted of a chimney fire at 12:44am in Reydon with one appliance from Southwold attending the incident.
'The crew discovered a fire in a small wood burner with chimney rods, small gear and a thermal imaging camera used to tackle the fire and ascertain any remaining hotspots.
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'Crew Commander Cuffe issued the time of stop at 1.23am,' the spokesman added.
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