Firefighters tackle Bradford supermarket blaze

Fire on Ingleby Road Bradford The fire service said the blaze had started in the open before spreading to the supermarket

Up to 80 firefighters have spent four hours tackling a blaze at a supermarket in Bradford.

West Yorkshire Fire said 13 fire appliances and a command unit were sent to the Pakeezah supermarket on Ingleby Road.

No-one was injured in the fire, which is believed to have started in the open before spreading to the supermarket.

The alarm was raised at 13:20 BST and the fire was brought under control just after 17:00.

The service said the cause of the blaze was not believed to be suspicious and crews would remain at the supermarket to damp down.

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