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Woman and her two dogs die in Chertsey fire

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Woman and her two dogs die in Chertsey fire

Published by the Eagle Radio News Team at 1:44pm 22nd June 2020.

A woman and her two dogs have died in a fire in Chertsey.

Firefighters were called to a blaze in a static caravan in Almners Road, Lyne, shortly after 2pm yesterday (21 June).

They were pronounced dead at the scene and the 49-year-old's family has been informed.

Three fire engines from Chertsey, Egham and Woking attended the scene.

A spokesman for Surrey Fire and Rescue Service said their investigation has concluded that the "cause of the fire is unknown".

Surrey Police also attended the scene following "reports of a body inside the home and to assist with safeguarding the scene".

Officers have said the deaths "are not being treated as suspicious at this time", and that enquiries "remain ongoing to establish the circumstances of the fire".

Surrey Fire and Rescue Service is now urging residents to ensure they have a working smoke alarm on every level of their home.

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