A fire at a petrol station in Suffolk has caused major disruption on the A11 this morning.
Emergency services have been on the scene at the Barton Mills roundabout since just before 7am today (Saturday).
The blaze broke out in the Esso garage shop and fire crews worked quickly to prevent it spreading to the forecourt and fuel supply.
The A11 had been closed in both directions but has since reopened northbound, with just one lane still closed southbound.
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A spokesperson from Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service said the fire that killed a women in Ipswich engulfed the bungalow.
Three appliances came to the site quickly where they witnessed a very well developed fire. The fire engulfed the bungalow and the team extinguished it very quickly. We are now working with our police colleagues. Investigation is underway.
It happened on Reid Close and police were alerted by the fire service just before 8o'clock last night. She was pronounced dead at the scene.
A house fire that killed a woman in Ipswich is not thought to be suspicious - although the cause of the blaze is not yet known.
Firefighters were called to the house at Reid Close around 7.45pm on Thursday. A woman's body was found inside.
It has been reported that neighbours tried to rescue her.
"Based on the initial findings of a joint police and fire service investigation, the fire is not being treated as suspicious. However, work continues to establish the cause of the fire and a police scene will remain in place at the property overnight."
A woman has been found dead in a fire at her home in Suffolk.
It happened on Reed Close in Ipswich and police were alerted by the fire service just before 8o'clock last night.
She was pronounced dead at the scene. A cordon is in place and an investigation is underway.
Investigators are looking into whether a boiler could have cause a fire in a three-storey house in Milton Keynes.
No one was hurt in the blaze at Wimbledon Place in Bradwell Common which began around 6.50pm on Saturday evening. Buckinghamshire Fire Service said the property's fire alarms had gone off.
The roof, first and second floors of the house were all significantly damaged and the building is sealed off. The boiler was thought to be on the top floor.
Six crews and the British Red Cross were in attendance overnight .
Dozens of firefighters tackling a major timber fire in West Norfolk could take days to put out the blaze.
Up to 50 crew members at a time have been at the site at Common Lane in North Runcton, near King's Lynn, since just before midday on Saturday, January 21.
Around 75 firefighters have been involved in total, with crews rotating to ensure constant cover.
A Red Watch control spokesman said they were still actively fighting the fire on Sunday morning - with the high-volume pumps from Norfolk and Cambridgeshire both involved - but the size of the blaze meant crews would remain on the scene at least throughout the day and overnight.
The cause of the fire is not yet known and it could be a couple of days before it is safe enough for investigators to access the site.
Fire investigators have this afternoon finally been able to enter a house where a man died in a suspected gas explosion.
Crews were called to a blaze at at bungalow at Back Lane in Eye, near Peterborough, on Friday morning.
Neighbours reported smelling gas and hearing a loud bang.
But investigators were unable to access the property to confirm the cause of the fire because it was structurally unsafe.
This afternoon, the fire service said it was now safe to enter the bungalow and they hoped to determine the cause as soon as possible.
Neighbour Mark Short has described how he ran into the house next door to rescue its sleeping owner.
"It looked like her roof was on fire - it was just catching - so the first thing was to get in before anything started happening. I don't even remember what it was like inside.
"She had a walking frame but she had no shoes on and there didn't look like there was any time to start hunting for shoes so we just thought we would pick her up and carry her out.
"To get in the other house was definitely a no chance because the door was melting."
Firefighters in Cambridgeshire have shared this photograph of a fire engine blocked from driving down a road in Huntingdon because of inconsiderate parking.
The crew was not on an emergency call - meaning no lives were put at risk this time - but it hopes the worrying image will make people think more carefully about how they leave their cars.
"Luckily, they were on access checks and not a 999 call - but if it had been an emergency call it would have added another five minutes to a time-critical incident. Please think about how you park when leaving your car on the streets of Huntingdon."
The photo was taking on American Lane in the town on Friday morning.