Passengers evacuated from coach ablaze in Hebden Bridge

Twenty passengers had to be evacuated from a coach when it burst into flames.

It happened on the A6033 Keighley Road, near Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire at 10:15 BST.

West Yorkshire Fire Service said an electrical fault was thought to have caused the fire, and 80% of the coach was alight.

Four fire engines from Todmorden, Mytholmroyd and Halifax attended the fire. No-one was injured.

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