Firefighters spent more than nine hours tackling a fire at a Suffolk farm involving a stack of hay bales.

The fire broke out in a stack of 200 hay bales at a farm in Dunwich Road, Blythburgh, at about 11pm on Saturday.

Five crews from Aldeburgh, Leiston, Wrentham, Southwold and Halesworth were called to the scene covering an area of nearly 400 feet.

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The crews used hose reel jets to assist the farmer in dampening the hay bale fire.

A spokesman for Suffolk Fire and Rescue said nobody was injured as a result of the blaze.

After nine hours at 8.45am the fire was extinguished. However, crews remain at the scene.