One of the injured was taken to hospital after the blaze, which caused “loud explosions”. Teamside.
Firefighters headed outside. Dokin Field., Following reports of a fire on Monday morning (September 6).
The Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service (GMFRS) says three fire engines were dispatched to the scene after the fire was called at about 1.10am.
The fire service said the blaze engulfed a shed and two homes, and the fire was contained until crews arrived at the scene, where they remained for about two hours.
Residents near the scene reported that several “loud explosions” sounded like fireworks before firefighters arrived.
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A spokesman for the Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service (GMFRS) said: “This morning (Monday, September 6) at around 10.10am we received reports of a fire in a shed and two houses on Inverness Road, Dokin Field.
“Three fire engines from Hyde, Ashton and Hollins fire stations rushed to the scene, including an aerial stair platform from Manchester Central.
The fire was well contained when crews arrived, and firefighters used four hose reels, two positive pressure ventilation units and other specialist equipment to control the blaze.
“GMFRS staff were only present for more than two hours.”
A spokesman for the Northwest Ambulance Service said. Manchester Evening News. One injured was taken to hospital after the fire broke out.
The spokesman added that the ambulance service was called at 1.22 am today.