Firefighters called to Eltisley chimney fire

10:27 28 May 2014

A chimney caught fire in The Green yesterday morning.

A chimney caught fire in The Green yesterday morning.

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Firefighters tackled a chimney fire in Eltisley.

One crew from Gamlingay was called to The Green at 10.10am yesterday (Tuesday).

On arrival, they extinguished the flames before returning to their station by 12.45pm.

The cause of the fire was accidental.

A fire service spokesman said: “Please ensure that you get your chimney swept and the brickwork inspected at least once a year. This will help to prevent a chimney fire.”

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