Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service were called to a fire at the West Bank Terminal of Ipswich Marina this morning, 30th July.
They received the call at 11.22am reporting the incident at a gravel washing plant there.
A spokesperson for Suffolk Fire said: "Potentially hazardous cylinders that were being housed at the plant were removed and the electricity to the building was isolated while crews fought the fire."
NEWS: @SuffolkFire remain at the scene of a fire on the West Bank of #Ipswich Docks.— Town102 (@Town102) July 30, 2020
At least three crews are in attendance, following the call out at 11.22am.
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Once the initial fire was extinguished, crews remained to ensure there were no hot spots.
The incident was brought to a close just after 1pm.
NEWS: @SuffolkFire say a fire at #Ipswich Port is now out. Three crews were called this morning to a fire at a gravel washing plant on the West Bank Terminal - potentially hazardous cylinders were removed from the site.— Town102 (@Town102) July 30, 2020
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Suffolk Police were notified, but their attendance was not required.