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Firefighters tasked from units across north to battle wildfire on hills above Ullapool


By Philip Murray


The alarm was raised at 2.24pm.
The alarm was raised at 2.24pm.

FIREFIGHTERS have been scrambled from across the Highlands to help tackle a wildfire which has broken out on the hills immediately outside Ullapool.

The alarm was raised at 2.24pm. Video footage from the scene shows a long line of flames and smoke rising from the slopes immediately to the east of the Ross-shire village.

At the time of writing (3.40pm), the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service said two appliances from Ullapool were already on the scene with an additional two en route – as well as two further community response units and a water carrier.

Units from Dingwall, Aultbea, Cromarty, Lybster and Inverness were among those vehicles en route.

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