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Fire destroys barn in Thorpe Underwood

Fire crews from York, Acomb, Boroughbridge and Knaresborough attended a fire that broke out in a barn on a farm in Thorpe Underwood.

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crews from , Acomb, and attended a fire that broke out in a barn on a farm in Thorpe Underwood.

The fire took hold on Monday (16 September 2019) with a barn containing 300 tonnes of hay and straw being destroyed.

The Fire Service used two water curtains and cooling jets to evacuate animals and protect nearby buildings.






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