Fire breaks out at Gosport bowls club after cooker accidentally turned on

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A BOWLS club kitchen caught fire yesterday evening, summoning emergency services to the scene.

Firefighters were called to Bridgemary Bowls Club in Cunningham Drive, Gosport at around 7.30pm after a fire broke out in the kitchen.

According to fire crews, the dishwasher was being unloaded by two individuals on-site, when the adjacent cooker was accidentally turned on.

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The incident took place yesterday evening.The incident took place yesterday evening.
The incident took place yesterday evening.

This melted all the plastic crockery on top of the stove, setting off the alarms.

Two fire engines – one from Gosport, another from Fareham – attended the incident.

Gosport Fire Station confirmed that nobody was injured but warned that people must be careful when near cooking appliances.

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