Fire crews find two dogs dead after being called to a blaze at a log cabin in Felton
Firefighters from Northumberland Fire and Rescue Service have been called out to Felmoor Park after reports of a log cabin fire.
Fire crews received a call just before 1.30am on Saturday, May 29, to reports of a holiday lodge on fire at Felmoor Park in Felton.
Four appliances, three from Pegswood and one from Amble, were dispatched to the scene and used one hose reel and three jets to bring the blaze under control.
One fire appliance from Pegswood currently remains at the scene will investigation work to determine the cause of the blaze is carried out.
A spokesperson for the Northumberland Fire and Rescue Service said: “We have been in attendance since 1.45am at a fire at a holiday lodge in Felton area. Four appliances have been dealing with the fire, the cause of the fire is yet to be established.
"At 1.29am today we received a call to a log cabin on fire at Felmoor Park, Felton.
“At the height of the incident four fire engines were tackling the blaze (three from Pegswood and one from Amble), using one hose reel and three jets.
“Everyone was out of the cabin on arrival, but two occupants required medical attention. Sadly two dogs were found dead at the scene.
"One fire appliance from Pegswood remains at the scene and fire investigation work continues."