Firefighters from Sidmouth called to reports of a vehicle on fire at Branscombe found two alight when they arrived at the location.
The crew was called to Berry Hill at around 9.30pm on Friday night, July 3, where they used a dry powder extinguisher, a compressed air foam jet and cutting equipment to tackle the blaze.
The fire service said the vehicles were completely damaged by fire.
A Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service spokesperson said: “One fire crew from Sidmouth were sent to reports of a vehicle fire at Berry Hill, Branscombe.
“On arrival they discovered two vehicles well alight.
“Crews used one dry powder extinguisher, one compressed air foam jet and hydraulic cutting equipment to put out the fire.
“The vehicles were one hundred per cent damaged by the fire.”
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