Fire crews tackle house blaze

PUBLISHED: 13:34 27 October 2008 | UPDATED: 15:53 11 May 2010

FIRE CREWS were called to tackle a house fire in Bassingbourn yesterday (Sunday). Three crews, two from Royston and one from Gamlingay, were called to the scene at Willmott Road, Bassingbourn, at 12.40pm. They found the fire well alight on the first floo

FIRE CREWS were called to tackle a house fire in Bassingbourn yesterday (Sunday).

Three crews, two from Royston and one from Gamlingay, were called to the scene at Willmott Road, Bassingbourn, at 12.40pm.

They found the fire well alight on the first floor of the terraced house. Fire fighters wearing breathing apparatus, and using a hose reel and a jet, brought the blaze under control. It was extinguished by 2.40pm.

No one was injured in the blaze, the cause of which was accidental.

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