Dunmow and Chelmsford fire services called to Barnston fire which destroyed two buildings

PUBLISHED: 08:59 07 March 2018 | UPDATED: 09:10 07 March 2018

Dunmow and Chelmsford firefighters were called to the fire in Barnston

Dunmow and Chelmsford firefighters were called to the fire in Barnston

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Great Dunmow and Chelmsford firefighters were called to a fire on the evening of March 3 which left two buildings destroyed in Onslow Green, Barnston.

Great Dunmow and Chelmsford firefighters were called to a fire on the evening of March 3 which left two buildings destroyed in Onslow Green, Barnston.

Firefighers were called at 6.10pm and discovered that two agricultural buildings, measuring around ten square metres and used to store tools and machinery were completely alight.

By 7.45pm the firefighters had extinguished the fire after isolating the electricity supply.

An investigation which took place in the day found that the fire was caused accidentally by faulty electircal wiring.

No animals were being kept inside the buildings at the time of the fire.

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