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11 December 2020 08:55

St Neots Eaton Socon 24 Hours in Police Custody

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Cambridgeshire firefighters have been tackling a huge blaze at a house in the St Neots area this morning. Flames were seen 'issuing from the building' as crews arrived at the house on Buttercup Avenue, Eynesbury, after they were called at 7.11am today (Thursday, December 10). Firefighters attended a blaze in a home in Eynesbury. There is no information at this stage about any casualties, however the air ambulance has been in attendance at the scene. A spokesperson to Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service said: "Crews responded from St Neots, Huntingdon, Sawtry, Gamlingay, Cambridge, along with crews from Bedford and Kempston from Bedfordshire Fire and Rescue Service.

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"Firefighters arrived to find a three storey house with flames issuing from the building. Firefighters worked hard to tackle the fire and it is now out. Information about casualties is not confirmed at this stage. Residents are advised to avoid the area while emergency services remain at the incident." A Go Fund Me page has been set up to help the victims of the blaze. Fundraiser Gemma Phillips said: "Having only recently been impacted by the devastation caused by the fire of my Aunt's home, my heart completely goes out to this family.

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I can only imagine the suffering they are going through. "Let's show them we care by donating to help them through the immeasurable trauma they must be experiencing." Donate here. Read more Firefighters tackle lorry blaze Sign up for our newsletter for a digest of stories and features direct to your inbox every Friday Emergency services have rushed to a large house fire which broke out in St Neots this morning (December 10). Crews from Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire Fire and Rescue Service, were all called to the house fire on Buttercup Avenue, Eynesbury at around 7am. Nearby residents reported the "serious house fire" has taken hold of a property in the Knights Park development near Tesco in St Neots.

Firefighters arrived to find a three-storey house with flames issuing from the building. Firefighters have been working hard to tackle the fire and remain on scene. An eye witness who was passing the scene said there are "lots of emergency vehicles in the area." Photos from the residential area show a police cordon in place, at least four fire engines and several police cars and ambulances. An air ambulance vehicle was also spotted parked at the scene. Information about casualties is not confirmed at this stage but the ambulance and fire service are at the scene and have been contacted for comment. Cambridgeshire police have also been contacted for a comment. Follow our live blog below for live updates on this incident. Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue service have confirmed that they were called to a house fire on Buttercup Avenue, Eynesbury, St Neots, at 7.11am this morning, December 10. Fire crews from Huntingdon, Sawtry, St Neots, Gamlingay, Cambridge, along with crews from Bedfordshire Fire and Rescue Service, all attended the scene. Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue said: "Firefighters arrived to find a three-storey house with flames issuing from the building. "Firefighters have been working hard to tackle the fire and remain on scene. "Information about casualties is not confirmed at this stage. "Ambulance and police are also in attendance. Cambridgeshire police have also confirmed that they attended the scene. Cambridgeshire police said: "We were called at 7.16am this morning, Thursday December 10, by the ambulance service reporting a fire at a house in Buttercup Avenue, Eynesbury. "Information about casualties has not yet been confirmed. All three emergency services are in attendance. Residents are advised to avoid the area while emergency services respond to the incident."