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Miya the Hero Husky Beachlands Fire Support Appeal

You may have heard about the fire at properties in Beachlands, Pevensey Bay? On Tuesday (this week) May the 4th at 3am a fire started in a garden shed, and because of the high winds it quickly spread to 2 nearby homes.

The hero of the hour was the dog of one of the couples, Miya, who raised the alarm. Because of Miya both families got out safely. So, luckily no one was killed, but one person suffer some non-life-threatening injuries, but thanks to our fire service and first responders everyone was looked after and is recovering, and but you can only imagine how distressed they are.

One of the houses is completely gutted and the other severely damaged. Both couples living in these houses have lost everything apart from the clothes they had on when they ran to get away from the fire.

This is a devastating incident, and they need your help to get them back on their feet.

The community of Beachlands has set up a Go-Fund-Me page, if you could make a donation, even a small one, this would really go a long way to help.

Please click on this link to make a donation Beachlands Fire Support Appeal thank you.

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