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St Austell Guest House Fire

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10:22am 15th October 2012

A guest house fire in St Austell has left two people suffering from serious burns.

20 fire-fighters battled the blaze at Trevanion Road on Saturday night.

15 people had to be evacuated.

Police are investigating whether the fire was caused inadvertently by two men sniffing butane gas in a room.

10:22am 15th October 2012

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