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A huge fire which broke out on Dartmoor over the bank holiday weekend took firefighters almost 24 hours to tame.
The blaze started in a campervan near Huccaby Tor on Dartmoor at around 3pm on Monday 31 May.
Due to high winds, the blaze quickly spread and stretched across half a mile of gorse on Dartmoor.
Firefighters from across Devon were sent to tackle the blaze, with Devon & Somerset Fire and Rescue Service confirming the blaze was out at 8.15am on Tuesday 1 June.
The fire service received more than 30 calls about the blaze, which caused huge plumes of smoke which could be seen for miles around.
A spokesperson for the fire service said the blaze was made worse by high winds.
They said: "One campervan was totally destroyed by fire.
"There was approximately one square kilometre of gorseland 95% damaged by fire. There was also some fire damage to the roadway."