Fire crews battled a blaze at a bungalow in Cirencester yesterday.

The fire started around 12.30pm at a bungalow in Arnolds way.

Fire crews attended the scene and put the blaze out.


No one was injured in the incident but it is  believed that the property has been severely damaged.

An eyewitness at the scene reported that a resident was concerned that someone was inside and smashed a window.

"When it happened I saw a young lad run past - he was followed by paramedics, police and firefighters.

"I think he was concerned about the people living there because he smashed their window."

Another eyewitness at the scene described how they could see bright orange flames through the window.


"It was so smoky that the firefighters had to put on oxygen tanks before they smashed down the door," said the eyewitness.

A spokesperson for Gloucestershire County Council said: "We were called to a fire at a bungalow on Arnolds Way in Cirencester at around 12.30pm.


"Three fire engines attended the scene and put the fire out.

"No one was injured in the incident.