Firefighters called to caravan storage park in Leeds after five vehicles and gas cylinders catch fire

Firefighters have been called out to a caravan storage park in Leeds after five vehicles caught fire.

By Abbey Maclure
Saturday, 19th September 2020, 11:41 am

It happened shortly after 9am at Leeds Caravan Storage on Redcote Lane, near Kirkstall Valley Nature Reserve.

Five caravans were on fire and a number of gas cylinders had caught alight.

Two fire engines from Hunslet, one from Leeds and one from Moortown were called out.

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Firefighters were called to a caravan storage facility on Redcote Lane (Photo: Google)

Firefighters used two large jets and two ground monitors to put out the fire.

The fire is now out and crews are damping down the vehicles.

A spokesperson for West Yorkshire Fire said: "Five caravans on fire in a caravan storage park.

"Two large jets and two ground monitors were used. An unknown number of LPG cylinders were also involved in the fire."

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