Around 18 people have been hurt after a roof partially collapsed at a holiday park in Somerset.
It's thought a heating vent fell from the ceiling shortly before 6.30 last night at Pontins Brean Sands Holiday Park in Burnham-on-Sea.
The park has been extra busy this week, with families visiting to spend time together during the half term break.
The ambulance service say 6 people were taken to hospital, while Avon and Somerset Police confirmed that the Health and Safety Executive has been informed.
We were called to an incident at Brean Sands Holiday Centre at 18.23hrs this evening. We sent our HART team, 2 critical care teams, 6 ambulances and 3 officers. 18 patients were treated with 6 being taken to hospital. Excellent multi-agency response with @DSFireUpdates @ASPolice— swasFT (@swasFT) February 20, 2019
Shortly before 6.30pm this evening we were called to Brean Sands Holiday Park following reports a ceiling had collapsed inside a building.— Avon&Somerset Police (@ASPolice) February 20, 2019
A number of people suffered minor injuries in the incident but thankfully no one was seriously hurt.
@H_S_E have been informed. pic.twitter.com/mVe4jP2xhB