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Brenzett caravan fire being investigated by Kent Fire and Rescue Service and Kent Police

By Matt Leclere

Firefighters spent four hours tackling a blaze at a caravan site early this morning.

A mobile home was already well alight when crews arrived to the fire in Brenzett Green near New Romney at 1am.

Six fire engines were sent to deal with the flames which destroyed a static mobile home.

Fire crews were at the scene. Stock pic Kent Fire and Rescue Service

Fire crews were at the scene. Stock pic: Kent Fire and Rescue Service

An investigation is now under way after it was unclear how the fire started.

Crews were on the scene until 5am.

A spokesman from Ashford fire station said: "The owners were away and we had six fire engines because we had a lack of water in the area.

"Crews used special fire fighting foam and breathing apparatus to stop the fire spreading to surrounding mobile homes and kennels which we did. 

"It was gone so we stabilised the rest of it.

"It is being investigated and they are going back today for a further visit along with the police and fire investigation team."

 

 

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