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Two people rescued from house fire in Daventry

Two people were rescued from the house on Warwick Street Credit: Northants Police

Firefighters rescued two people from a house fire in Daventry last night (October 17).

Northamptonshire Fire and Rescue Service were called to the fire on Warwick Street at around 10 pm.

The occupants received medical treatment and the cause of the fire is currently being investigated.


Tories hold Daventry while Labour gain seats

The Conservatives have held onto their majority on Daventry Credit: ITV Anglia

The Conservatives have held onto their substantial majority on Daventry Council.

The Tories have held power in Daventry since 1999. The Party now has a majority of 24 over the other parties.

It also means that the council has only ever been run by the Conservatives - or no overall control.

Drone footage shows scale of Daventry warehouse fire

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Aerial footage has been released of the fire that ripped through a warehouse in Northamptonshire.

It took more than 50 firefighters to put out the flames at the industrial estate in Daventry on Sunday.

Police says it will be some time before investigators can get inside and fire crews expect to be at the scene for several days.

A man arrested on suspicion of arson in connection with the fire has been released on bail pending further enquiries.

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Driver cut free after lorry crashes into house

The lorry driver was trapped in his cab by his legs and had to be cut free. Credit: Paul Howard

A lorry has crashed into a house in Daventry.

It happened in the early hours of this morning in Badby road. No one was in the house which was being renovated when the front of it was hit.

The driver had to be cut free after he got trapped in the cab.

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