Hampshire firefighters battled to save three terraced properties in Bursledon after a 999 call alerted control operators to a large fire on the 10th June.

Crews from Hightown, Hamble, Redbridge, St Mary’s, Eastleigh and Fareham were faced with a large fire and on arrival to the scene found one of the three-storey properties roof well alight.

Luckily no-one was injured in the fire however the properties did suffer extensive damage. The roof of the first property collapsed and the rest of the building was also badly damaged by fire. The adjoining property suffered fire damage to the first and second floors and also its roof. The third property in the terrace suffered smoke damage.

Group Manager Jason Avery said:

‘The initial crews were faced with a large fire and did an outstanding job to control the flames and prevent it spreading any further than it did.’

An investigation will now start to find out the cause of the fire.

Source: www.hantsfire.gov.uk

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