The Red Cross was brought in to help rehome the stranded families.
Adam McGreevy says the residents reacted in different ways but they have been assisting them in any way they can:
Up to 70 firefighters attended the fire last night. Investigators believe the fire started in the chimney.
Station Manager Richard Humphrey talks about the challenges they faced:
Two Wiltshire families have been left without homes after a fire. Crews were called to the village of Codford near Warminster at 5 o'clock yesterday. Two thatched properties were alight. Crews managed to save another property joining them. Investigators believe the fire started in the chimney. The Red Cross was brought in to help rehome the stranded families.
Around 70 firefighters from across Wiltshire are dealing with a huge fire in the village of Codford.
A row of three thatched cottages are on fire in the High Street.
1/1 Incident 16:55 Crews from across Wiltshire dealing with fire in a row of three thatched cottages High Street, Codford
We are working very hard to try to save the thatch in Codford. There are now around 10 pumps a TL, control wagon, and damage control
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