Crews called to Clevedon blaze

PUBLISHED: 12:15 28 November 2016 | UPDATED: 15:15 28 November 2016

Avon Fire and Rescue Sevice was called out to Redhill, near Wrington, last night (Tuesday).

Avon Fire and Rescue Sevice was called out to Redhill, near Wrington, last night (Tuesday).

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A dozen firefighters put out a fire at a house in Clevedon yesterday (Sunday).

Avon Fire and Rescue was called to two semi-detached homes in East Clevedon Triangle at about 2.48pm after a fire started in the first floor and roof space of the building.

A total of eight fire engines attended the scene where firefighters wearing breathing apparatus used three high pressure hose reels and two water jets to tackle the blaze which broke out in the first floor and roof space of one of the homes.

A turntable ladder and ventilation fan was also used to clear the heavy smoke inside the building.

It is believed the fire started accidentally and there have been no reports of injuries.

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