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VIDEO: Fire breaks out at Crawley town centre pub

Fire crews are on scene.

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Photos & videos courtesy of Zach Hawkins.

Fire crews attended this afternoon an electrical fire at a pub in Crawley High Street.

The fire involved an electrical intake cupboard within the pub.

Four fire engines attended the scene at 13:32 at The Jubilee Oak on Crawley High Street.

Members of the public look on as fire crews tackle what is said to be an electrical fire. (Image: Zach Hawkins)

Sources say two fire engines attended the scene. (Image: Zach Hawkins)

 

 

A spokesperson for West Sussex Fire & Rescue Service said:

“We will called at 13:32 to a public house on Crawley high Street.  Four fire engines were in attendance.  On arrival the building was smoke logged and the fire was involving an electrical intake cupboard.

The fire is now confirmed to be out and crews are now doing a search of the building.

Four breathing apparatus were in use as well as hosing reels and jets.

We are awaiting the arrival UK Power Networks.”

A spokesperson for The Jubilee Oak was unavailable for comment at time of publishing.

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Arson attack in Gossops Green as two cars are burnt out and two houses damaged

Police are seeking information about an incident in Crawley in which fire damage was caused to two cars and two houses.

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At about 9.30pm on Friday 28 September, in Tintern Road, Crawley a car was set alight.

The fire spread to a car next to it and to the windows and guttering of two adjacent houses.

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The cars, which were burnt out, were parked and unoccupied and nobody in the houses was hurt.

Police Investigator Sean Tucker said:

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“The initial fire was caused deliberately. If you saw what happened or have any other information please contact us online or call 101, quoting serial 1280 of 28/09.”

You can also contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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