CREWS scrambled to a huge house fire in Bradford last night.

Firefighters tackled the blaze which covered both the ground and first floors of the property on Derby Road, Thornbury, just after 11.15pm on Thursday.

An aerial appliance, six breathing apparatus, four hose reels, and positive pressure ventilation fans were used to extinguish the fire.

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A fire investigation officer along with four fire engines were at the scene.

No injuries were reported.

Fire service statement

A spokesperson for the West Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Service said: "House fire, ground and first floor 100 per cent involved in fire.

"Crews used six breathing apparatus, four hose reels and positive pressure ventilation fans to extinguish the fire.

"No persons or injuries were reported.

"Four fire engines attended - Bradford (two), Stanningley, and Shipley.

"Fire investigation officer also on scene."