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Caravan fire near Stratford sees two taken to hospital

Stratford Editorial 31st Aug, 2015 Updated: 28th Oct, 2016

TWO people had to be taken to hospital after a fire broke out in a static caravan near Stratford over the weekend.

Crews were called to Avon Caravan Park on Warwick Road around 3am on Saturday morning (August 29).

Three engines attended the scene where firefighters used breathing apparatus and jets to put out the blaze.

They also helped salvage personal items and cut away the affected area of the roof following the incident.

The fire is understood to have started in the bedroom of the 8x20m caravan although the exact cause is not yet known.

Two of the caravan’s occupants were taken to hospital where they were treated for smoke inhalation.

*CREWS also spent two and a half hours tackling a house fire in Stratford on Friday evening (August 28).

Firefighters were called to Trevelyan Crescent around 8.10pm to a fire in a first floor bedroom.

No-one is believed to have been injured.

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