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Crews were mobilised to a house in Torquay, where they found heavy smoke coming from a ground floor bedroom.
They confirmed there had been a small fire in a vivarium - and rescued a pet Bearded Dragon.
The cause of the fire was accidental.
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Torquay United's new head coach says he was impressed by the players during his first training session.
Gary Owers who was appointed yesterday says he expects the Gulls to climb the National League table.
United are currently bottom and without a league win this season but Owers is confident that they can avoid relegation.
Devon and Cornwall Police are still trying to identify a woman whose body they found at Torquay seafront.
Police say they are still investigating the circumstances of the death.
The seafront road was closed earlier this morning but has now been reopened.
Police, ambulance and HM Coastguard were called to Torquay Seafront at 6.30am today [8 September] following the discovery of the body of a female in the sea.
The female has been recovered from the sea. She was pronounced deceased at the scene.
Enquiries are ongoing to establish the identity of the female.
The body of a woman has been pulled from the sea at Torquay seafront.
The main seafront road was closed by police early this morning.
The road has since been reopened but the pavement remains closed off.
Police have confirmed that a woman's body had been found.
The Torbay inshore lifeboat and coastguard search and rescue are also involved in the operation.
More to follow...
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The search for a new manager for Torquay United Football Club continues.
So far, the club has had around 65 applicants.
There is currently no date set for a new appointment, but they are hoping to name new boss within a week.