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Firefighters tackle Eden horsebox blaze

Two fire engines from Penrith and Appleby have attended a fire at Penny Hill, South End, Bolton.

Fire crews were called at 3:42am today, Sunday 9 June.

A Cumbria Fire and Rescue Service spokesman said: “The fire involved one horsebox in a menagerie of small buildings.

“Crews used two hose reel jets and a compressed air foam system to extinguish the fire.

“Crews were in attendance for two hours and thirty minutes.”

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