Live updates as firefighters tackle huge barn blaze in Little Wratting
Eight fire engines and other special appliances were at the scene on Haverhill Road, Little Wratting, at just before 6pm, Suffolk Fire Service confirmed at 6pm.
Firefighters were first called to the scene at just after 4.30pm after receiving “multiple” calls from people in the area.
Eyewitnesses reported seeing flames and thick plumes of smoke rising from the structure.
Crews from Cambridge, Newmarket and Bury St Edmunds were among those at the incident, hermes evelyne shoulder bag replica
with the emergency service response drawing on fire service resources from across the region.
The fire was out at 9.38pm and nobody is understood to have been injured.
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The daily update will deliver the top news and features to your inbox every evening. 2 appliances were mobilised and on arrival found large amounts of smoke from the direction of the incident. Crews requested a further 6 appliances to attend along with various special appliances. Suffolk Fire Rescue Service says:
We mobilised the following fire appliances: 2 from Cambridge, 1 from Woodbridge, 1 from Sudbury, 1 from Long Melford, 1 from Clare, 3 from Haverhill, 1 from Wickhambrook, 1 from Bury St Edmunds, 2 from Ixworth, 1 from Brandon, 3 from Newmarket.