Caravan destroyed in blaze

Caravan destroyed in blaze

Caravan destroyed in blaze

First published in News

FIREFIGHTERS battled a caravan blaze in North Dorset.

A spokesman for Dorset Fire and Rescue Service said the cause of the fire is believed to be deliberate.

Crews from Shaftesbury and Gillingham were called to the fire just before 4pm this afternoon.

The caravan is thought to have been abandoned on the A30 between Henstridge and Shaftesbury.

The blaze was under control by 4.20pm.

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6:46pm Mon 6 Jan 14

smilealoft44 says...

The cheapest way to get rid of an old van is put it in a layby set it alight then the council will despose of it. Cost to dumpers nil. Still good training for fire crews, plus a little story for the paper. Then the real bonus we can write our comments.
The cheapest way to get rid of an old van is put it in a layby set it alight then the council will despose of it. Cost to dumpers nil. Still good training for fire crews, plus a little story for the paper. Then the real bonus we can write our comments. smilealoft44
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