A MAN in his 30s was treated for burns in the industrial fire at Broadway that required no fewer than 10 fire engines to put out.

Two units from Evesham as well as engines called in from Redditch, Pebworth, Pershore, Upton, Malvern and Ross-on-Wye were required, alongside two from Warwickshire and further relief crews from Broadway and Hereford, tackled the blaze emanating from a commercial unit in Murcot on Sunday (May 30).

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Drone footage and a vehicle with a compressed air foam system were also utilised at the general storage unit which contained farm machinery, paint and tyres and two firefighters were required to use breathing apparatus.

Severn Trent Water were also requested to increase water pressure in the area but the incident has now been closed after an inspection the following morning identified no further hotspots.

A West Midlands Ambulance Service spokesperson said: "We were called by the fire service at 8.05pm on Sunday to a building fire.

"An ambulance and paramedic officer attended and treated one man for minor injuries before being discharged on scene."