Fire crews are currently tackling a blaze in the ‘roof space’ of two houses in Stretford.
The fire broke out just after 5pm today (Saturday) in the roof of two semi-detached properties on Bradfield Road.
Four fire engines were sent to the scene, a spokesperson for the fire service said.
Crews remain in attendance this evening.
It has not yet been confirmed whether anyone was injured in the fire.
A local resident told the M.E.N that the road has been blocked off.
A spokesperson for the Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service (GMFRS) said: “At around 5.10pm on Saturday 1 May, firefighters were called to reports of a fire at a home on Bradfield Road, Stretford.
“Four fire engines from Stretford, Sale, Salford and Eccles fire stations, as well as the aerial ladder platform from Stretford, arrived quickly at the scene. Firefighters wearing breathing apparatus used three hose reels to extinguish the fire, which involved the roof space of two semi-detached properties.
“GMFRS crews remain in attendance.”
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