Major fire at Marquis Motorhomes Sussex


A major fire broke out at Marquis Motorhomes Sussex today (December 2).

East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service were called at 2.24pm on to an industrial building fire in Golden Cross, Chiddingly.

As of 7.27pm the incident has been scaled down and crews are damping down and turning over to ensure the fire is fully extinguished.

Eight fire engines were in attendance during the height of the blaze with crews using three main jets and firefighting foam to tackle the fire.

Sussex Police have put road closures remain in place on the A22 and in surrounding roads including Charlington Way, Coldharbour Road, Camberlot Road, Nash Street, and Burgh Hill Road. These will remain in place while the fire service deals with the fire.

There are no casualties reported and a fire investigation will take place in due course.

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