FIREFIGHTERS rescued a woman from a house blaze in Bradford in the early hours of this morning.

Crews rushed to the fire on Murgatroyd Street shortly before 12.50am.

Upon arrival, they found a house "100 per cent on fire".

The woman who was rescued by firefighters suffered severe burns and smoke inhalation.

She was taken to hospital. 

A spokesperson for West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service said: "We received a call at 12.48am regarding a house fire on Murgatroyd Street in Bradford.

"We sent two crews from Bradford and one from Odsal which arrived on scene at 12.55am.

"The end terrace was 100 per cent on fire.

"We used six breathing apparatus, three hose reels and positive pressure ventilation.

"One female casualty was rescued by fire service personnel with severe burns and smoke inhalation.

"She was taken to the hospital by Yorkshire Ambulance Service.

"The fire was put out and we left the scene at 2.48am."