Tractor blaze in Lowestoft is thought to have been ‘deliberate’
FIREFIGHTERS from Lowestoft were called out following reports of a tractor blaze at a piggery, which is being treated as suspicious.
Two crews from Lowestoft South fire station tackled the blaze at Fairhead Loke in Carlton Colville at 1.15pm yesterday (Sunday).
A brigade spokesman said: 'Crews were called to the piggery to reports of a tractor on fire in a straw shed.'
On arrival at the scene firefighters found 'smoke and flames issuing from the tractor.'
Crews quickly put out the flames and the spokesman said: 'The fire is believed to be of deliberate ignition.'
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Fire crews were back at their stations by 2.20pm and police have been informed of the blaze.
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