Suffolk fire crews called to fire at Hadleigh home

Published:
9:31 PM June 12, 2022



Updated:
4:59 PM June 13, 2022

A home has been left badly damaged after a fire spread throughout the semi-detached house.

Seven Suffolk fire crews were called to Churchill Avenue in Hadleigh at 7.30pm on Sunday, June 12.

The two-storey property became “fully involved” in the fire and appliances remained at the scene late into the evening.

Crews from Hadleigh, Ipswich East, Princes Street, Haverhill and Nayland attended and used hose reel jets, aerial ladder platforms and thermal imaging cameras to battle the blaze.

It was brought under control by 9.49pm.

No casualties have been reported.

The second floor windows shattered in the fire and much of the roof was left destroyed.

A spokesperson for Suffolk Fire and Rescue said: “Whilst the fire is now out we will be in attendance for the next few hours checking for hotspots and we ask local residents to continue to give us space to work.”

Churchill Avenue was closed following the fire.

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