Crews tackle large shed fire in Wisbech

Crews tackle large shed fire in Wisbech

Published by Grace Mcgachy
5:54am 26th June 2019.

Photo Credit: Fenland Police

A large fire broke out in Wisbech last night (25th June). 

Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue along with Norfolk crews were called to Ely House on Lynn Road at 20:37pm. 

A shed has been gutted by the blaze. 

Fenland Police now looking for witnesses to the fire. 

If you have any information call 101 and quote incident 471 of 25/06/2019

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