Firefighters tackled a car fire in Ramsbottom on Wednesday.

Three fire engines from Bury, Ramsbottom and Bolton North were sent to Carrwood Hey just after 11.10pm to extinguish the blaze.

They used breathing apparatus and two hose reels to put out the flames and were in attendance for around 45 minutes.

No injuries were reported.

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A Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service spokesperson said: “Just after 11.10pm on Wednesday night (14 February) we were called to Carrwood Hey, Ramsbottom, to the scene of a fire involving one car.

“Fire engines from Bury, Bolton North and Ramsbottom fire stations were quickly mobilised to the scene, where firefighters wearing breathing apparatus used two hose reels to tackle the flames and make the area safe.

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“Crews worked alongside colleagues from Greater Manchester Police at the scene and were in attendance for around three quarters of an hour.”

Greater Manchester Police was contacted for more information.