Firefighters battled 'lorry fire' at Portsmouth International Ferry Port

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FIREFIGHTERS have extinguished a blaze at Portsmouth International Port.

Hampshire Fire and Rescue said that the incident was a ‘lorry fire’ and that two crews from Southsea were currently at the scene. 

Firefighters were called at 11.58am today to reports of a fire at the International Ferry Port. 

Pictures from the scene show smoke billowing into the sky as a result of the blaze. 

The fire service has said that it has now been extinguished

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Firefighters are battling a 'lorry fire' at the port this afternoon. Picture: Nicky Dodd/ Twitter

Firefighters are battling a 'lorry fire' at the port this afternoon. Picture: Nicky Dodd/ Twitter

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Smoke billows into sky following fire Portsmouth International Ferry Port. Picture: Nicky Dodd/ Twitter

Smoke billows into sky following fire Portsmouth International Ferry Port. Picture: Nicky Dodd/ Twitter