‘Smoke bomb’ let off in Three Bridges flat

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Significant damage has been caused to a flat in Three Bridges by what the fire service described as a ‘smoke bomb’.

West Sussex Fire & Rescue Service were called to the incident in Nokes Court at 5.12pm on Sunday, June 5.

A crew from Crawley forced entry and used a high pressure hose reel to ventilate the flat.

A spokesperson said the flat was 100 per cent damaged by smoke from the smoke bomb, which is thought to have been set off deliberately.

There were no reports of any injuries.

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