Fire crews tackle ‘severe’ blaze in Wolverhampton



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A “severe” fire broke out in a garage at home in Wolverhampton. Crews in four fire engines were sent to the property on Stafford Road in Fordhouses on Sunday morning as the flames took hold.

Firefighters acted quickly to ensure the fire didn’t spread from the garage to the two storey detached house it was attached to. They arrived around 10.15am at the home on the busy city round and managed to bring the the blaze under control.

The fire was completely extinguished just before 11am. There were no reports of any injuries or anyone requiring medical attention, as homeowners were left to assess the damage done by the fierce blaze.

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A West Midlands Fire Service spokeswoman said: “The incident involved a fire in a single storey garage attached to a two storey detached house. It was a severe fire. We sent four fire engines and two hose reel jets.

“The call came through at 10.15am. The fire was extinguished by 10.58am.” It’s currently unclear how the fire started.

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