Fire crews from 10 stations called to former supermarket

Crews from 10 fire stations across Cornwall have been dealing with a blaze at a derelict supermarket building.

The fire at North Roskear, Camborne, was reported at about 01:00 BST.

Eight fire pumps and other specialist vehicles were called to the incident. The former Lidl building was "all but destroyed", Cornwall Fire Service said.

No one is believed to have been injured and an investigation is looking at "possible deliberate ignition".

A spokesman for the service said one crew from Camborne is still at the site damping down. Police were also called to the scene.

Fire Investigation team will be on scene at the Camborne incident later this morning, possible deliberate ignition

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