Crews tackle house fire in Llanhennock, Monmouthshire

Fire fighters took more than eight hours to bring a large house fire under control.

Eight crews were called to the two-storey home in Tredunnock, Monmouthshire, at 18:30 GMT on Tuesday.

It was reported that flames leapt through the roof of the house, which it is understood was under construction.

Crews attended from New Inn, Maindee, Cwmbran, Usk, Caerphilly, Malpas and Dyffryn. South Wales Fire and Rescue Service said there were no injuries.

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