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Two people rescued from Bungay fire

22:57 13 April 2012

Fire crews were called on Friday evening to the Bungay home.

Fire crews were called on Friday evening to the Bungay home.

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Paramedics treated two people for smoke inhalation following the outbreak of a fire at a flat.

The blaze started at a home in Honeypot Meadow, Bungay, just before 5.30pm today.

Fire crews from Bungay and Beccles arrived to find the ground floor flat heavily smoke logged.

An ambulance was called for two people suffering smoke inhalation.

The fire was brought under control by 5.45pm.

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