The tragic death of a teenage girl from suspected carbon monoxide poisoning provides a further stark warning of the potential danger created when burning fuel.
Hannah Thomas-Jones was pronounced dead by emergency services at the Shropshire campsite.
Her mother, step-father and brother were also found to be unconscious and taken to hospital.
Hannah’s brother is continuing to receive treatment but is expected to be allowed home soon.
A used disposable barbecue was discovered inside the porch of the tent and investigations are continuing by the police and Shropshire Fire and Rescue Service.
A statement has been issued advising that Hannah’s death is not being treated as suspicious.
Frequently associated with gas appliances, the latest incident shows that carbon monoxide is an ever-present danger whenever fuel is burnt.