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Grantham caravan fire treated as arson

A police investigation has been launched after a caravan fire in Grantham on Monday night (February 24th). Local police have already revealed that they believe the fire was started deliberately and they are treating the incident as arson. According to a report by the Grantham Journal, fire crews were called to Woodland Drive – a small road off Alma Park … More

Police announce no charges over caravan fire

Police in Somerset have announced no charges will be brought against anyone following a caravan fire that occurred in the area. A 29-year-old man was arrested after a fire at a caravan in Sharpham Lane, Sharpham, in September, but no charges have been placed against him. The Central Somerset Gazette reports that a 41-year-old woman was left with "extensive burns" … More

Caravan fire suspected to be arson

A police investigation has been launched after a caravan fire in Milton Keynes over Christmas. Fire crews were called to Tolcarne Avenue in Milton Keynes at 00:43 GMT on December 30th and found a caravan ablaze. The incident occurred just over half an hour after a car was found on fire in Fishermead Boulevard and police are treating the caravan … More

Fire damages caravan in Gloucestershire

A fire in Gloucestershire has led to a caravan in the area being seriously damaged. Emergency services were called to a mobile home in Arlingham Road, Tuffley, at around 16:00 GMT on December 30th, with crews spending 20 minutes bringing the fire under control. A five-man team from the nearby Gloucester South fire station was the first to arrive on … More

Sky lantern blamed for major caravan fire

A sky lantern has been blamed for a recent major caravan fire that led to dozens of vehicles catching alight. Around 50 caravans at the Croft Farm Water Park site in Hardwick were damaged and many of them were destroyed as a result. Witnesses stated that they saw several sky lanterns floating towards the site before the incident. Group commander … More

Several caravans affected by fire

Several caravans were burnt out in a fire in Redbourn on Wednesday night (November 27th). Crews from St Albans, Redbourn, Harpenden and Hemel Hempstead were called to the caravan site, where flames had spread from one vehicle to four others. Local reports stated that the fire at the Ver Meadows site occurred at around 17:00 GMT. Police were also called … More

Investigation launched into caravan fire

An investigation has been launched after a caravan fire occurred in Emborough last night (November 26th). Firefighters were called to the scene at 21:37 GMT last night and plan to return today to examine the site and assess what might have caused the incident. It is believed that the caravan was around 80 per cent burnt out as a result … More

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