Fire crews tackle farm blaze

FIRE crews put out a blaze at a farm near Kingston Seymour last night (Thurs).

Fire crews from Clevedon and Avonmouth were called at 11.03pm after an outbuilding at the farm in Lampley Road caught fire.

The outbuilding, which was used to store domestic heating oil, was well alight when crews arrived and they tackled the fire using jets and foam.

It took firefighters until just before 2am to finish dampening the site of the fire.

The cause of the blaze is currently unknown and is being investigated.

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