Police probe after fire at stable

Police probe after fire at stable

Police probe after fire at stable

First published in News

HORSES were evacuated after a fire at a stable believed to have been started deliberately.

Firefighters were alerted after a report of smoke and flames at a rural location near Sherborne last night.

They discovered a caravan and part of a timber framed stable block ablaze.

Crews requested help from the brigade’s off-road light vehicle due to difficult access so a Land Rover from Maiden Newton fire station was sent.

Most of the caravan was destroyed and part of the gable end of the stable block was affected. Three horses had to be evacuated by their owners.

Police are investigating the incident near Sandford Orcas.

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12:43pm Sat 18 Jan 14

Frankie Boy2013 says...

Started deliberately! Where this world going I sick of this world mostly from humans!! I would catch the culprits then fastening they manhood in the vise in a shed, then take the vise driver arm away and put a razor sharp knife near them within arm reach distant, then set the shed on fire after I exited from the shed. And the rest is depend from their decision. Some humans are very disgusting!!
Started deliberately! Where this world going I sick of this world mostly from humans!! I would catch the culprits then fastening they manhood in the vise in a shed, then take the vise driver arm away and put a razor sharp knife near them within arm reach distant, then set the shed on fire after I exited from the shed. And the rest is depend from their decision. Some humans are very disgusting!! Frankie Boy2013
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