Glastonbury firefighters help tackle camping hut fire in Shepton Mallet

  Posted: 07.04.21 at 09:03 by Glastonbury Nub News

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Firefighters from Glastonbury were among three crews who were called to tackle a camping hut on fire in Shepton Mallet yesterday afternoon (April 6).

Just after 2.15pm, Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Control received a call reporting a wooden hut on fire in Windsor Hill Lane, Shepton Mallet, and mobilised three fire engines coming from Shepton Mallet, Wells and Glastonbury.

On arrival crews confirmed a camping lodge to be well alight and got to work to extinguish it using two breathing apparatus, two hose reel jets, a thermal imaging camera and small tools.

The hut was 85 per cent damaged by fire and 100 per cent damaged by smoke. The incident is believed to be accidental.

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