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A fire which tore through a family-owned caravan centre in the early hours has destroyed more than a hundred caravans worth over £1 million.
More than 60 people called the emergency services and a fleet of 10 fire engines were mobilised to Highbridge Caravan Centre in Somerset - where the blaze was eventually brought under control.
Philip Davies, Director of Highbridge Caravans, praised the quick-thinking actions of a security guard who raised the alarm.
The cause is not yet known but it is originally through to have started in a shed or fence on the perimeter of the site.
No one was hurt, and since no buildings were damaged the workshop, sales area and awnings shop are still open for business.
Firefighters working to contain a huge fire which tore though a caravan centre in Somerset have confirmed that around 160 caravans have been damaged.
Crews are still damping down hot spots at the Highbridge Caravan Centre on Bristol Road.
No one was injured - investigations into the cause of the fire are underway.
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What was left at Highbridge Caravan Centre after fire crews tackled a massive blaze - the fire caused more than £1m worth of damage.
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