Gloucestershire Fire and Rescue Service battled blaze in Uley for four hours as shed and vehicles destroyed
A FIRE has completely destroyed an outbuilding and the two vehicles inside in Uley.
Firefighters were battling the blaze for almost four hours on Friday, February 8, after Gloucestershire Fire and Rescue Service received a call at 11.46pm from the distraught owner of the property on Fop Street.
A fire engine with five firefighters from Dursley Fire Station was mobilised but on arrival requested a second engine from Wotton-under-Edge Fire Station with four firefighters be dispatched.
A spokesman for the service said the building was well alight when crews arrived at the building, which contained two vehicles and a propane cylinder.
Firefighters used three main line jets, one ground monitor jet and one hosereel to extinguish the blaze, the cause o which is not considered suspicious.
The crews remained at the scene for several hours dealing with the incident and cooling the propane cylinder.
A thermal image camera was also used to ensure the building was no longer hazardous.