Three fire engines respond to Worthing house fire

Three engines were called to a house fire in a Worthing residential street.

Friday, 29th March 2019, 1:07 pm
Updated Friday, 29th March 2019, 2:01 pm
Firefighters respond to the fire in Clyde Road SUS-190329-134145001

A spokesman for West Sussex Fire and Rescue Service said crews were called to a fire at a property in Clyde Road, Durrington, at 12.22pm this afternoon (March 29).

Three engines from Worthing were sent to the scene, and crews found a fiew which had spread into the roof, the spokesman said.

Pictures from the scene show damage to the roof and firefighters on ladders examining a charred hole.

Fire engines on the scene in Clyde Road SUS-190329-130323001

Two hose reels, two breathing apparatus and a smoke cloak were used to fight the flames, the spokesman said, which have now been extinguished.

The spokesman said crews remain on the scene, damping down.

Fire engines on the scene in Clyde Road SUS-190329-130312001
Fire engines on the scene in Clyde Road SUS-190329-130300001
Firefighters respond to the fire in Clyde Road SUS-190329-134156001
Firefighters respond to the fire in Clyde Road SUS-190329-134133001
Firefighters respond to the fire in Clyde Road SUS-190329-134207001
Firefighters respond to the fire in Clyde Road SUS-190329-134218001