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Bedroom fire started from candles in Farnham Common

Firefighters have warned about leaving candles alight following a house fire in Farnham Common.

Two crews from Slough were called to a property in Mayflower Way at about 11pm last night.

They extinguished the fire, which started in a bedroom and caused damage to the upper floor.

The occupants of the property were not at home when the fire started – they alerted the fire brigade when they returned home to the blaze.

Firefighters were are the scene for about two hours. No one was injured.

Crew manager Hoglett said: “The fire service advises candles are always in proper candle holders and fully extinguished before leaving the property.”

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