Caravan fire ‘was started deliberately’
A caravan fire in the south of England is being treated as suspicious, it has been revealed.
West Sussex Fire and Rescue Service stated that the caravan, which was sited at Ratham Lane in West Ashling, had been started deliberately.
According to a report by the Chichester Observer, no people were in the caravan at the time of the incident and no individuals were hurt in the fire.
A fire service spokeswoman confirmed that the vehicle had been 100 per cent destroyed by the flames and fire crews have established that the fire was deliberately started.
The victim of the fire might need to make a claim on their caravan insurance so they can buy a replacement for the vehicle.
Earlier in the month, fire engines from Buckfastleigh and Ivybridge were called to Higher Badworthy, in South Brent, to deal with a wooden caravan that was alight.
It was revealed by the Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service that the flames were started accidentally, the Herald reported.