Shopping trolley and rubbish set alight outside St Ives shop

09:21 24 February 2014

Firefighters were called to a fire outside the Co-operative in St Ives.

Firefighters were called to a fire outside the Co-operative in St Ives.

Archant

Firefighters battled a blaze in St Ives after a shopping trolley and rubbish were set on fire yesterday (Sunday).

A crew from Huntingdon were called to the scene outside the Co-operative store in Constable Road at 5.59pm, where they extinguished the flames.

They returned to their station by 6.29pm.

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