Fire destroys top floor of Berkeley shop

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Media captionFour fire engines were called out at 01:00 BST to the empty two-storey building

A commercial property in Gloucestershire has partially collapsed after a fire overnight.

The blaze broke out at about 01:00 BST at the premises on Canonbury Street in Berkeley.

Four fire engines were called out to the two-storey building that was empty at the time. No-one was hurt.

A number of people living nearby reported hearing a loud "pop" and were woken by the smell of smoke. The cause of the blaze has not been confirmed.

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