Dramatic video emerges of huge Pondersbridge blaze which destroyed number of outbuildings, fencing and trees
Twitter / AF Photographic
Scary footage has emerged from a large Fenland fire which wiped out buildings, fencing and trees.
Three crews from the Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service were called to the blaze which took place at around 3am this morning (July 8) in Pondersbridge.
Along with a water carrier, firefighters tackled the Ramsey Road fire which destroyed a number of outbuildings, wildlife and garden furniture.
Twitter user AF Photographic was at the scene and captured the dramatic footage.
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Crews were at the scene for nearly three hours tackling the flames before heading back to their stations. They returned earlier this morning to check the scene.
A spokesman said: "One crew and a water carrier from Ramsey, one crew from Stanground and one crew from Yaxley were called to a building fire on Ramsey Road in Pondersbridge.
"Crews arrived to find a garage on fire at the rear of a property that had spread to neighbouring sheds and garages.
"Firefighters used two hose reels to extinguish the fire before returning to their stations by 6.15am."
Cambs Fire and Rescue said the fire was started accidentally.
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