Massive blaze breaks out near Stonehenge, firefighters respond promptly

 Monday, August 8, 2022 


As massive fire broke out near Stonehenge, the UNESCO World Heritage Site, firefighters are currently battling to contain the blaze.

Several fire crews were spotted containing the fire which broke out in Lake, which is actually a hamlet located several miles southwest of Amesbury at around 4pm on August 6.

To provide support to the firefighters, a water carrier was also spotted rushing to the fire on blue lights. It was for those who may be in need of additional water supplies due to the remote location.

Black fumes were seen spiraling in the sky from miles away. Visitors travelling to Woodhenge and Salisbury could also see the frightening sight.

The incident is taking place about two miles from Stonehenge, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. But it doesn’t seem that the site is at risk.

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