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Firefighters were called after arsonists set light to a caravan in Doria Drive, Gravesend

09 August 2014
by Lynn Cox
A caravan was torched by arsonists during the early hours of this morning. Firefighters were called to Doria Drive, Gravesend, at about 12.45am and found the caravan well alight. 
 
A crew from Thames-side said the vehicle was destroyed by the flames which took about half an hour to put out.
 
A spokesman for Kent Fire and Rescue Service, said: “It was parked in the street and chained up to a lamppost, but there is not much left of it.
 
“We suspect the caravan was set alight deliberately.”

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