A bus station was left damaged after a fire tore through a double decker bus parked outside.

A video from the scene at Burnley bus station showed the bus engulfed in flames on Monday night (June 10).

On Tuesday morning (June 11) pictures from the scene showed damage had been left to the front canopy over the area where the buses park.

Work was already underway to clear the damaged area, with two of the middle parking bays closed off for work to take place.

The bus station is fully open and operational aside from those bays.

Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service attended the scene at around 11pm last night and remained for three hours.

Damage left to the bus stationDamage left to the bus station (Image: NQ)

A fire service spokesperson said: "At 11pm on June 10, five fire engines from Burnley, Nelson, Padiham, and Great Harwood and the aerial ladder platform from Hyndburn attended a bus fire on Croft Street, Burnley.

"Firefighters wore breathing apparatus and used two hose reel jets, one foam branch, one triple extension ladder, a 13.5m extension ladder, cutting tools, and a thermal imaging camera to extinguish the fire.

"Crews were in attendance for three hours."