Crews tackle Wimblington housefire

09:27 24 June 2014


Crews tackled a housefire in Wimblington last night.

At 6.30pm, two crews from March were called to a fire, which was caused accidentally, on Eastwood End in Wimblington.

Firefighters arrived to find a fire in the kitchen of a house. They extinguished it and returned to their stations by 7.15pm.


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