FIREFIGHTERS from West Yorkshire helped tackle a "spectacular" blaze at a nightclub in Bradford early today.
Ten fire engines attended Warehouse, on Sackville Street, at about 2.10am. The fire was on the second floor and in the roof of the three-storey building.
Watch commander Mark Rogerson, of Bradford station, said: "When we got there we could see flames coming from the roof and the upper floors of the building."
Mr Rogerson said no-one was in the building at the time and that the cause of the fire was under investigation.
He added: "We have done a really good job because we have stopped it spreading to different buildings. It was a well-developed fire in the roof and we have stopped it spreading. I think we have done a good job."
A spokesman for Odsal fire station said the blaze could be seen as crews drove down Manchester Road, and added: "It looked quite spectacular"
"Crews did a good job."
Two fire engines are still on scene this morning conducting salvage operations. Sackville Street was closed as a result of the fire.....cont