Several fire crews remain at the scene of a house fire in Suffolk.Read the full story ›
Firefighters in Essex spent the night tackling a blaze in a 60-tonne stack of hay.
Crews from Braintree and Halstead were called to the incident at Greenstead Green just before 1.30am Friday morning.
By 7.30am, 30 tonnes of hay were still burning and the stack is expected to continue to burn for another eight hours.
One fire engine will remain at the scene until it is considered safe to leave.
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A fire that badly damaged an Asda superstore in Luton earlier this year was started accidentally during repair work that was being carried out to the roof.
It took over a hundred firefighters several hours to battle the fire in Asda's Wigmore Lane store in March.
Bedfordshire Fire and Rescue Service has now confirmed its investigation shows the cause of the blaze was accidental.
The superstore is still closed.
Three people have suffered smoke inhalation and a dog has died following a kitchen fire at Braintree in Essex.
Firefighters were called to Templar Road last night after the people living there returned home to find their house full of smoke.
The fire is thought to have been started accidentally by the dog who had jumped up at the cooker and turned the cooker on. Items left on the cooker then caught light.
The kitchen has been destroyed and the rest of the house has suffered extensive smoke damage.
A blaze in Thetford Forest took 35 firefighters to get it under control.
Crews are now damping down at the site at Santon Downham, near Brandon.
A total of eight crews were needed to tackle the flames which has prompted the fire service to issue a further warning about the dry weather.
Firefighters are tackling a large blaze in Thetford Forest.
Five fire engines are at the site at Santon Downham, near Brandon.
Crews have reported the area, which covers about 800 sq m of undergrowth, is well alight.
These photographs, taken by Mersea Island residents, show the extent of the fire that ripped through beach huts early on Sunday.
Ten buildings were destroyed. In many cases, nothing but charred fragments remain on the beach this morning.
Ten beach huts have been destroyed by fire on the Essex coast.
Firefighters were called to Empress Avenue at West Mersea, on Mersea Island, just before 1.45am on Sunday.
Crews removed propane cylinders from some of the huts.
Large amounts of stock and an unstable building hampered firefighters as they tried to fight a blaze at a petrol station on Saturday.Read the full story ›