On a main street Salford The double-decker bus was shut down after a fire broke out.
Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service (GMFRS) crews riot toward Old Lane Little Hilton. Following reports of a fire in the car shortly after 4:30 pm on Monday (September 6).
Two fire engines. Foreign Worth Arrived at the scene where crews used four breathing apparatus, four hose reels and a thermal imaging camera to put out the fire.
No injuries were reported and it was not immediately clear how the fire started.
Photographs taken at the scene show the rear of a bus parked at the bus stop.
A spokesman for the Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service (GMFRS) said: “At around 4:40 on Monday, September 6, two fire engines from the Fernworth Fire Station caught fire, including a double-decker bus at Old Lane, Little Hilton. ۔
The crew arrived quickly and used four breathing apparatus, four hose reels and a thermal imaging camera to put out the fire.
Firefighters were at the scene for about an hour.
At around 5.30pm, Stagecoach tweeted that there were turns on both sides of Old Lane via Manchester Road West due to the incident.
The turn affected 38 bus services as several were unable to reach bus stops.
At 6.14pm, Transport for Greater Manchester tweeted that the incident had been cleared and 38 services had returned to normal.
Both NWAS and GMP have arrived to comment on the incident.