Bassingbourn Village College smoke damaged after blaze

PUBLISHED: 13:51 17 August 2012




A SCHOOL was left smoke damaged after a fire broke out this morning.

At 6.30am this morning two crews from Royston and a crew from Gamlingay were called to a fire at Bassingbourn Village College.

Firefighters arrived to find the first floor of the school smoke logged.

Crews discovered a small fire affecting a fan and extinguished the fire using a jet. Firefighters then ventilated the building and left the scene at around 8am.

Fire damage was limited to a small area but several rooms were smoke damaged.

The cause of the fire was electrical.


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