Scarcity has exclusive pictures of the fire that broke out in Blues training ground last night and the damage afterwards, Hereford & Worcester Fire and Rescue Service was called out at 2.29am today (Friday) to a building fire at Birmingham City Football Club’s Training Ground, Redhill Road, Kings Norton.
Hereford and Worcester Fire Service have issued a statement after their two crews were called out to Birmingham City’s training ground, Wast Hills, in the early hours of Friday morning.
Blues’ training ground will remain closed until players and staff are allowed to return to the facility when it is deemed safe to do so. Nobody was injured in the incident and a spokesperson from the Hereford and Worcester Fire and Rescue Service has issued the following statement.
“Two crews from both Redditch and Bromsgrove Fire Stations attended along with the aerial ladder platform from Worcester and the incident command unit from Wyre Forest as well as West Midlands Fire Service crews from Kings Norton, Northfield and Highgate.
“There was a severe fire in the ground floor of a single storey unit with some areas covering two storeys.
“Crews used six breathing apparatus units and two hose reel jets while the hydraulic platform was used to survey the scene.
“Firefighters remained at the scene at 8.34am with a watching brief in progress using a thermal image camera and triple extension ladder.”