FIRE crews from Dursley and Thornbury were called to a Michaelwood Services North on the M5 after a blaze broke out in a lorry. 

The incident occurred at about 2.45pm on Saturday when Gloucestershire Fire and Rescue Service were called to the lorry fire in the car park of the services on the M5 Northbound in Lower Wick, near Dursley.

One appliance from Thornbury and one appliance from Dursley were mobilised to the incident.

On arrival crews found a lorry had been slightly damaged by fire and they used two hosereels and one dry powder extinguisher to bring the fire under control.

The crews were detained at the scene for about one hour.