Twelve caravans destroyed in Northumberland storage unit blaze

Caravan fire The cause of the blaze is being investigated

Twelve caravans have been destroyed in a fire at a storage facility in Northumberland.

Crews said some liquid petroleum gas cylinders exploded when the blaze broke out at Charlton's Caravan Storage near Lynemouth.

A team of 15 firefighters brought the blaze under control and the cause is now being investigated by police and the fire service.

No-one was injured in the incident, firefighters confirmed.

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