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Dramatic photos show smoke filling the air and a burned-out shell of the caravan after the fire in Upper Aston, Claverley, near Bridgnorth.
Two fire engines were sent to the scene from Bridgnorth and Wolverhampton shortly before 5.30pm, with the blaze out by 6.30pm.
Staff at Bridgnorth Fire Station later took to social media to thank colleagues from Wolverhampton for their help.
A statement said last night: “Crews have just returned from tackling a large fire involving a storage unit, caravan and tree on the Shropshire and Staffordshire border.
“Initially faced with the large spreading fire, two firefighters wearing breathing apparatus began to control and extinguish the fire to prevent further spread.
“Two small gas cylinders were removed from the fire and cooled in a water bath.
“Crews then began turning over and damping down hotspots.
“Thanks to our colleagues from Wolverhampton Fire Station who ferried many tanks of water for us to keep us firefighting.”