A leaking oil barrel washed up at Kessingland Beach over the weekend.
Firefighters were sent back to their stations after an apparent roof fire turned out to be steam from an immersion heater.
Firefighters were on alert to battle a shed fire on a residential street - just before it spread to a nearby house.
Firefighters are set to saddle up and raise funds for a worthy cause as they prepare for a charity bike ride.
Firefighters have been working to free two drivers after a crash trapped them inside their cars.
An elderly man became trapped in his walking frame after falling while at home in the early hours of the morning.
A leading council boss, who oversaw the aftermath of two tragedies in London, has said lessons must be learned from “every emergency situation,” during a visit to Suffolk.
Firefighters in Suffolk are called out to more than 1,600 false calls to automatic fire alarms every year – which is estimated to cost the taxpayer thousands.
Firefighters tackled a car blaze, which is being treated as “suspected arson.”
Firefighters were called in the early hours of this morning to deal with a car fire.
Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service believe a motorcycle found on fire was set alight on purpose.
Fire crews were despatched to a garden centre this afternoon to extinguish a caravan fire.
Firefighters were pressed into action today after a blaze at a block of retirement housing in Lowestoft.
The owner of a 15th century thatched barn ravaged by fire has vowed to rebuild the “lovely old” property.
Firefighters took part in a large scale training exercise in Lowestoft to practice procedures in case of a high-rise blaze.
An ambulance has been involved in a crash on one of Suffolk’s main roads.
A woman in her sixties was taken to hospital after a collision at a Lowestoft retail park.
A fire broke out in the communal area of a residential property in Lowestoft early this morning.
An experimental scheme which saw some firefighters trained to provide life-saving first aid before ambulances could arrive at a casualty has ended after a pay deal could not be agreed.
Volunteer lifesavers helped to haul two men from Lake Lothing, while assisting a third to safety on Friday morning.
Three men had to be rescued from the water this morning, near Lowestoft’s Bascule bridge.
Firefighters battled for an hour and a half with theme park staff to rescue a man from a rollercoaster after it stopped suddenly in the rain.
Twelve metal barrels labelled to be containing a ‘hazardous substance’ washed up on Kessingland Beach after the tug boat they were aboard sank.
A charity event will tee off at Southwold Golf Club as firefighters are thanked for their efforts in battling a large blaze.
A Dutch woman was rescued from her yacht after she broke a bone in her upper arm and suffered a suspected dislocated shoulder following a fall.
With the bank holiday weekend here, it looks set to be a warm one – but there is still a chance of some scattered showers and rain on Monday.
A pub was evacuated and Southwold Golf Clubhouse and pro shop suffered substantial smoke damage as a fire destroyed more than 500 yards of shrubbery yesterday.
The A12 at Copdock has reopened after a lorry containing 11 tonnes of scrap metal caught fire today - closing the road for more than 10 hours.
A joint Emergency Services Cadets scheme has been hailed as a “fantastic” success by Suffolk’s Police and Crime Commissioner.
Firefighters were called out to deal with a chemical leak at the Birds Eye factory in Lowestoft in the early hours of this morning.
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