At least three homes have been seriously damaged in a major fire in Pembroke.

Western Telegraph:

Eight fire appliances were called to St Michael's Road in the town where a row of terraced homes had been severely damaged.

Appliances from Pembroke Dock, Milford Haven, Haverfordwest and Tenby have been involved in fighting the fire.

The road is currently closed.

There is not currently any information available about any injuries.

Western Telegraph:

PICTURES: Martin Cavaney Photography.


A spokesman from the fire service confirmed today (Saturday) that the fire started on the first floor of one of the properties and quickly spread to the other two via the roof space.

All properties were evacuated and nobody was injured. At present the cause of the fire is unknown.

Firefighters gave the stop message for the incident at 8.33pm and began to leave the scene at 9pm. However some remained in the area until 11pm making the buildings safe.

Milford Haven fire station thanked members of the public for their support and urged householders to install a working fire alarm, posting on social media:

"Following an incident yesterday evening in Pembroke/ Lamphey, crews would like to thank members of the public for their support and hospitality, it was greatly appreciated. 

"Please ensure that you have working smoke detectors in your homes, we can’t stress enough their importance. If you have any queries or require detectors, don’t hesitate to contact your local fire station."