‘Severe’ fire in first-floor flat
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Three crews were called to deal with a ‘severe’ flat fire.
Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service was given a 999 call yesterday afternoon (Wednesday) after a blaze broke out in a first-floor flat in The Esplanade, in Burnham-on-Sea.
Its spokesman said teams from different fire stations were mobilised to the scene.
They said: "Two fire appliances from Burnham and one from Bridgwater attended a fire in a first-floor flat of a property.
"The fire was located in the kitchen, and crews entered the building wearing breathing apparatus and one hose reel jet.
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"Crews put the fire out, and used a thermal imaging camera to check for hot spots.
"A positive pressure fan was then used to clear the property of smoke logging.
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"The flat sustained severe fire, heat and smoke damage, and also smoke damage to neighbouring flats.
"Crews confirmed the fire was caused accidentally."