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Fire Breaks Out Near Caedmon School in Grangetown

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Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

Firefighters are this evening at a blaze near the Caedmon School in Grangetown after a Shed was set on fire.

Emergency services responded to the fire at about 8.30pm on Attlee Road in Middlesbrough.

Thick black smoke could be seen across the town for miles.

The shed is located just two doors away from primary school leading to fears that the school was on fire.

One person wrote on Facebook that the school wasn’t on fire and that  it was his shed that had been set on fire. Saying that someone had set fire to his shed.

Cleveland Police have been made aware of the incident.

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