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Sandy Haven: Static caravans destroyed in overnight blaze


FIRE crews from Milford Haven, Haverfordwest and Pembroke Dock attended a fire in a caravan site at Sandy Haven near Herbrandston, Milford Haven.

The blaze broke out at 4.14am on Tuesday (May 28).

A spokesman for the fire brigade said: “The fire had destroyed two static caravans and a vehicle whilst the heat from the fire had affected a further two caravans.

“A number of propane and butane cylinders were involved in the fire.

“Firefighters extinguished the fire using a ground monitor, one 45mm jet, two breathing apparatus, two hose reel jets and a thermal imaging camera.

“The Fire Service left the incident at 08:32am.”

A spokesman for Dyfed-Powys Police told The Herald: “Police attended Sandy Haven Caravan and Camping Park, Herbrandston, Milford Haven, following a report of a caravan on fire in the early hours of this morning, May 28.”

The spokesman added: “The fire is not believed to be suspicious.”

A spokesman for the camp site said: “Two caravans were lost and two were severely damaged.

“Our thanks go to the local fire service for their fantastic response which prevented the fire spreading any further.”

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A 65-year-old man living at the camp site was taken to hospital following the fire.

He was believed to have been suffering from smoke inhalation.