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St Austell House Fire Investigation

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6:01am 31st December 2012

An investigation has started into a huge fire that evacuated a row of homes in St Austell.

At its height, more than 50 fire-fighters from the town, Fowey, Mevagissey, St Dennis, Lostwithiel, Bodmin, Truro, Launceston and Falmouth were battling the blaze on Holmbush Road.

Crews were scrambled in the early hours of Sunday morning.

No-one was hurt and it is understood police are not treating the incident as suspicious.

6:01am 31st December 2012

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