Cause of fire is unknown after crews extinguish blaze in Great Bardfield

PUBLISHED: 14:07 19 June 2017 | UPDATED: 14:07 19 June 2017

The cause of the fire in Great Bardfield has been recorded as unknown.

The cause of the fire in Great Bardfield has been recorded as unknown.

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Fire crews were called to an incident in Great Bardfield in the early hours of Saturday morning (June 17) after a blaze broke out in a stable block.

Firefighters from Thaxted and Wethersfield attended the scene, in Braintree Road, when reports came through at 00.24am.

The blaze is believed to have started in a stable block measuring about 10m x 15m.

Crews had extinguished the blaze by 1am, but investigators have recorded the cause of the fire to be unknown.

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