FIREFIGHTERS tackle a blaze at a farm near Malvern.

The dramatic video and images shows the house fire at Hurst Farm, in Castlemorton. 
The main house is undergoing renovation and no-one was in the property when the fire started.
A spokesman for Hereford and Worcester Fire Rescue Service said: “ We received a phone call at 1.47pm.
“Four crews are at the scene and two water jets are tackling the blaze.”
Station Commander Adrian Farmer said it was a severe fire.
He said: “We’re using a special type of foam to tackle the fire provided by a special appliance from Upton. 
“It’s a remote location so water is scarce.
“The building was under renovation at the time and we are not allowing anyone inside as it’s now structurally unsafe.
“It’s a severe fire and we will be here into the evening.”
Owner Ian Bland is currently living in a caravan on the site.
He declined to comment to the Worcester News and Malvern Gazette.
John Hayes, 66, from Malvern was driving past when he noticed the fire.
He said: "I saw what looked like tyres on fire.
"The  house was smoking very heavily and I phoned the fire brigade.
"Suddenly the house went up in flames.
"The house was on fire four years ago as well."

In October 2015,we reported on a blaze at the property, which  was tackled by 40 fire fighters.
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