Firefighters tackle Peterborough house fire
Firefighters were called out to tackle a house fire in Woodston on Saturday.
The north roaming fire engine and one crew from Stanground were called to Oundle Road at 5.50pm.
They arrived to find a fire in an outbuilding of a house which they extinguished.
The incident was later re-inspected and the cause of the fire was said to have been an accident.
Then on Sunday at 2.52am a crew from Wisbech, a crew from March and a crew from West Walton (Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service) were called to a fire in North Brink, Wisbech.
The crews arrived to find a fire in a building measuring 15 x 20 metres. They used three jets and one hose reel to extinguish the fire before returning to their stations by 7.20am.
The incident was also later re-inspected and again was started by accident.