UPDATE: Crews tackle blaze in Sidbury
11:46 14 April 2014
Emergency crews are on scene after witnesses reported seeing black smoke billowing in Sidbury this morning.
A fire service spokesman said a blaze had broken out in a Furzehill shed and spread to the roof of a nearby building at around 10am.
Two fire engines from Sidmouth and another from Seaton attended.
Western Power have been contacted to turn off the overhead electricity cables.
A man has been treated by paramedics for smoke inhalation.
Anyone with more information is asked to call the news desk on 01392 888500.
Keep checking sidmouthherald.co.uk for more updates as they come in.
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