A 'major fire' has destroyed a row of shops in Newton Abbot, Devon.
The blaze started in a fish and chip shop on Haldon Rise at around 8 o'clock last night and spread to three other shops.
One man was injured in the fire at Goodies Fish Bar.
Fire crews worked into the night to bring the fire under control and stop it spreading further.
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12 buildings are currently without power after a large fire in Tewkesbury last night.
Firefighters were called out to the Northway Trading Estate.
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A gym near the site is currently closed due to the power outage as a result of the fire.
The owner of a 16th century stately home in Dorset which was destroyed by fire, has died.
Its owner Michael Treichl was later questioned by police, but denied any wrongdoing.
A family spokesman said Mr Treichl, who was 68, had been suffering from severe depression before he died.
Police are still investigating the cause of the fire.
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Firefighters used jets and high pressure hose reels to extinguish a serious house fire in Twerton, Somerset.
The fire affected the ground and first floor, as well as the roof of the house.
The fire caused extensive damage throughout the property.
People living close to Shaw's Way were advised to close doors and windows as crews from seven fire engines, a turntable ladder and a command unit tackled the serious house fire.
The Service received numerous calls reporting the fire at the two storey, semi-detached house.
A neighbouring property was also affected and suffered heavy smoke logging.
There were no reports of any injuries and all occupants of both houses were accounted for.
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Detectives investigating the fire that wrecked a historic mansion in Dorset have arrested a 68 year-old man. Parnham House in Beaminster was gutted after the blaze broke out at last weekend.
The man who's being held is said to be from the Beaminster area. Police confirmed this morning that the fire had been fully extinguished. The house remains cordoned off while investigators sift the wreckage.
John Makepeace lived at Parnham House for more than three decades and it's where he ran his woodwork design school from.
He says when he called the 80 room property home, precautions were taken to avoid such tragedies.
Furniture designer Mr Makepeace bought the property in 1976 and ran his School for Craftsmen in Wood in the house.