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Fire crews are currently battling a gorse fire at Bolberry Down. 

Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service currently have two fire engines at the scene close to the sea at Bolberry Down. 

They were called to a gorse fire at 16.51. 

A spokesperson for the Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service said the fire was "close to" the location of the grassland fire that blazed over the weekend. 

John Davies has uploaded a video of the blaze, which you can see HERE

Image credit to John Davies 

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