FIREFIGHTERS were called to a blaze at a house in South Gloucestershire in the early hours of yesterday morning. 

Crews from Thornbury, Patchway and Temple attended the fire in Park Road, Thornbury at 2am.

Eight firefighters in breathing apparatus used three high pressure hoses and three jets to put out the fire.

Thermal imaging cameras were used to check for hot spots.

Thornbury Fire Station posted an pdate, saying: "Our Fire Fighters and others from supporting stations extinguished the fire using a variety of equipment.

"This included; 3 x high-pressure hose reels, 3 x 45mm jets, 8 Fire Fighters in breathing apparatus, thermal imaging cameras and a Turntable ladder appliance from Temple Fire Station.

"The ambulance service provided support with multiple resources, including an Officer, Hazardous Area Response Team and Paramedics. Thankfully nobody was injured, and everyone was safe."

The fire is believed to have been started accidentally.