Family left homeless by devastating fire
A family made homeless by a devastating house fire have been temporarily re-housed. The fire service confirmed the fire, in Dryburgh Crescent, Ham, Plymouth was “accidental”, although it is not known at this stage what started the blaze. Nobody was injured in the fire, which broke out at about 7.30pm on Wednesday but a dog sadly died and the house was “severely damaged“, the fire service has confirmed. “The occupants have been rehomed,” a spokesman for the fire service said.