UK Four fire engines called to tackle derelict pub blaze in Wythenshawe last minute news
PremierLeague-News.Com- Portway was closed for a time
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Firefighters were called to Wythenshawe this evening to a derelict pub fire. A portion of Portway was closed from 5pm on Monday (June 20). Crews were scrambled to the Happy Man pub on Portway, which closed down for good some years ago. It’s thought the pub was on fire for around an hour and a half. Photos from the scene taken by the Manchester Evening News after emergency workers left the area show a large puddle of water around the building. Numerous windows of the pub have also been smashed.
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. Now, a spokesperson for Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service (GMFRS) has confirmed that four fire engines were scrambled to the scene A statement said: “Just after 5pm this evening (Monday June 20), four fire engines from Wythenshawe, Withington and Stockport central fire station were called to reports of a building fire involving a derelict pub on Portway, Manchester.”
Water outside the pub
“The crews arrived quickly at the scene. Firefighters wearing breathing apparatuses used two hose reels to extinguish the fire. Firefighters have been in attendance for around one and a half hours and are still at the scene.” The spokesperson later added that crews left the scene at roughly 7pm this evening. Read more of today's top stories here Read next: Stunned holidaymaker hit with £870 bill after returning to Manchester Airport from honeymoon Stacey Solomon declares she 'doesn't work out' as she shows off bikini body Man who had a £7k hair transplant mistaken for the Tinder Swindler Pensioner drills holes into neighbour's wall because he claims it is two inches into his garden Dad left with horrific injuries after he's beaten and thrown off cliff in holiday attack