A fire has been reported in the Hartcliffe area of Bristol this morning.
In a photo reported to have been taken near Maidenhead Road, huge black plumes of smoke can be seen billowing above the city.
It is not yet known the extent of the blaze or how it came to be, but Avon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service has been contacted for comment.
It comes just a few days after the fire service were called to reports of a fire affecting a group of flats in Silklands Grove, Seamills.
Crews from Southmead, Avonmouth and Temple were called to reports of a fire affecting a group of flats at 07.20am on Thursday, August 12.
Upon arrival, crews discovered a fire in a two-storey building affecting a number of flats. Two occupants were rescued by crews using a triple extension ladder, with the other residents having evacuated the building prior to the Service’s arrival.
A spokesperson said at the time: “Crews were able to extinguish the fire using four breathing apparatus, two high pressure hose reels, one 45mm jet, the aforementioned triple extension ladder and a positive pressure ventilation fan. Gas monitors were also used to check that the area was safe.
“The occupants of the flats were assessed by ambulance colleagues at the scene. Police were also in attendance. The cause of the incident is unknown.”
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