FIREFIGHTERS are tackling another fire at Harris Court Mill on Great Horton Road, Bradford, just months after a major blaze devastated the four-storey building.

Four fire engines and an ambulance are on the scene.

The police are diverting traffic down Southfield Lane opposite the Kings Arms pub.

The A647 Great Horton Road has been closed both ways from Southfield Lane to Havelock Street with slow traffic in the area.

Eyewitness Conor Lewis told the T&A that it looked a "substantial" fire.

West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service reported that a large pile of timber was on fire which spread to a single-storey building measuring 25 metres x 30 metres.

A statment said on arrival crews asked that four pumps to attend and also requested an aerial appliance.

Firefighters are using four large jets and a ground monitor.

Crews have attended the incident from Odsal, Fairweather Green, Shipley and Bradford Fire Stations.

Only in March ten fire crews were needed to tackle a blaze at the building near the Great Horton Tesco.

It needed to be partially demolished after the blaze and an arson inquiry is underway.