THE Fire Service is investigating following a blaze in Flintshire last night. 

North Wales Fire and Rescue Service say they were called out to the fire on Sealand Road just after 9.30pm. 

The fire involved a static caravan and buildings, with six appliances in attendance at the height of the incident. 

Crews left the scene shortly before 4.30am and are set to head back to the location this morning to reinspect. 

The Fire Service now say they are investigating the cause of the fire. 


A spokesperson said:

"Crews attended a fire last night affecting a static caravan and buildings on Sealand Road, Sealand, Flintshire.

"The call was received at 21.31, and at the height of the incident there were six appliances in attendance.

"Crews from Deeside, Buckley, Flint, Wrexham, Mold, St Asaph and Rhyl attended.

"The stop was received at 04.25hrs. Crews will attend this morning to reinspect.

"The cause of the fire is under investigation."