Chimney fire at popular Huntingdon hotel

09:45 20 January 2014

Fire engine.

Fire engine.

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A chimney caught fire at the Old Bridge Hotel in Huntingdon on Sunday evening.

One crew from Huntingdon were called to the hotel at 6.35pm where they used chimney rods to extinguish the flames.

The fire was under control by 7.18pm, and firefighters left the scene at 7.23pm.

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