Store room fire at property in Worcester

TACKLING THE FIRE: Firefighters at the scene of the fire in Langdale Drive, Worcester.Pictures by Hereford and Worcester Fire Service

DAMAGE: A picture showing some extent of the damage.Pictures by Hereford and Worcester Fire Service

MORE DAMAGE: Firefighters used a ladder to cross the fire damaged stairs.Pictures by Hereford and Worcester Fire Service

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A FIRE broke out at a house in Worcester over the weekend.

Two crews from Droitwich and one from Worcester tackled the domestic fire, which was located in the store room, in the early hours of Sunday morning.

A spokesman for Hereford and Worcester Fire Service confirmed the service received a call at 1.21am to respond to the fire in Langlade Drive, Worcester.

Four breathing apparatus, two horse-reel jets, one main jet and a positive pressure ventilation system were all used to tackle the fire.

The crews left the scene at 2.24am.

All people at the property at the house were accounted for, and there are no reports of any injuries caused by the fire.

The cause of the fire is still unknown at this stage.

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