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Tuesday, 1 November 2016

Firefighters called to house in Highfield Lane, Keighley, to extinguish fire thought to have started in upstairs bedroom

Firefighters called to house in Highfield Lane, Keighley, to extinguish fire thought to have started in upstairs bedroom
Firefighters called to house in Highfield Lane, Keighley, to extinguish fire thought to have started in upstairs bedroom



Firefighters called to house in Highfield Lane, Keighley, to extinguish fire thought to have started in upstairs bedroom

FIREFIGHTERS were called to a blaze at a house in Keighley last night after reports people were trapped inside. 
The occupants returned home as firefighters searched the blazing terraced house in Highfield Lane just after 11pm. 
After initially fearing people may be still inside the three-storey house, additional crews from Silsden and Bradford were called to the scene. 
One witness said they saw three fire engines, an ambulance, and police outside the house searching for people inside. 


After a thorough search of the property, crews determined that nobody was inside and no injuries were reported. 
A stretch of Highfield Lane remained cordoned off this morning with a police guard and one fire crew still at the scene.
All three floors of the house are visibly damaged with a hole in the roof next to the fire-ravaged skylight.
Watch commander John MacDonald, from Keighley Fire Station, said the fire was thought to have started in a second floor bedroom. 




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