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Arsenal fans travelling to today's away match against Southampton FC should avoid the A3. Police were called to a serious collision on the A3 southbound this morning just after 7.30am .
The southbound carriageway is closed between the junctions of the A283 (near Thursley in Surrey) and the A325 (near Liphook in Hampshire) and is not expected to re-open until late this afternoon. A diversion route is in place.
Surrey Police have revealed that a one year-old and a six year-old were killed in a fire at a travellers' camp at Newchapel. Their 36 year-old mother also died when a mobile home caught fire. A man and another child were taken to hospital with burn injuries.
Tandridge District Council is aware of the tragic fire at The Plantation early this morning in which an adult and two children sadly lost their lives. We would express our sympathies to other members of the family. Tandridge District Council has no role in the management of the site, which is in private ownership. We understand that the fire and police services are currently investigating the circumstances of the fire.
Surrey police have said that a man and a child who received burn injuries at a mobile home fire have been taken to the East Surrey Hospital in Redhill. The fire started at a traveller site called The Plantation in Newchapel in the early hours of this morning. Three people died in the blaze.
Surrey Fire and Rescue has said an investigation has been launched into the caravan fire which killed three people.
The fire was extinguished using hose reels; however, three people - two children and an adult - have died. Surrey Fire Service and Surrey Police are carrying out a joint investigation and our thoughts are with their family and friends at this very sad time.
Three people, believed to be two children and an adult, died in a mobile home fire early today, Surrey Police said.
Police were called to Newchapel, off West Park Road at around 1.45 am today following reports of a fire.
Three people were declared dead at the scene.
A man and another child were also treated for burns following the deadly blaze.
Officers and fire crews remain at the scene as inquiries into the circumstances of the incident continue.