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Harlow crews called to fire at Camas Hall Farm

News / Thu 20th May 2021 at 06:05am

FIREFIGHTERS were called to a fire involving a number of farm buildings early this morning (Thursday 20 May).

When fire crews arrived at Camas Hall Farm in Hatfield Heath they reported that the fire was affecting three large barns. The barns measure an area of approximately 50m x 60m.

*Update 4:40am* Crews at scene report that one structured wooden barn has been completely destroyed by the fire. Firefighters are continuing to tackle the fire in two other metal cladded barns which also contain farm vehicles. Firefighters have managed to remove several cylinders from the buildings to a safe place to be kept cool.

It is expected that firefighters will be needed at the scene for most of the morning. 

An investigation will be carried out to find the cause of the fire.

*This incident is ongoing. More details will be added shortly*

*Update 5:30am* The fire is under control and firefighters are working to extinguish hot spots. Three fire engines will remain at the scene for the next few hours to ensure all hot spots are fully extinguished and cooled. 

An investigation will be carried out to find the cause of the fire.

*This incident is ongoing. More details will be added shortly*

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