TWO firefighters put out a car fire outside a city pub. 

A silver car was engulfed in flames on Saturday (March 30) outside The Oak Apple pub on Red Hill roundabout.

The front of the car was well alight when fire crews arrived at about 9pm.

In the video, firefighters can be seen tackling the blaze and putting it out, which caused smoke to billow into the sky. 

A spokesperson for Hereford and Worcester Fire and Rescue Service said: "A HWFR crew from Worcester Fire Station was called at 8.57pm on March 30 to a small vehicle on fire in Whittington Road, Worcester.

"A car was well alight with the fire extinguished by two firefighters wearing breathing apparatus and using a hosereel jet.

"There were no casualties but police also attended.

"The incident was marked as pending closure at 9.40pm."

An eyewitness added: "It happened around 9pm - no one was in the car at the time.

"I think they got out just in time."