Four fire engines were called to a derelict building fire in Accrington this morning (July 9).

The crews, from Hyndburn, Blackburn, and Rawtenstall, were called shortly after 8am to Grange Lane.

Firefighters used breaking-in tools and a triple extension ladder to help bring the fire under control and were there for around an hour and a half.

A fire service spokesperson said: "Four fire engines from Hyndburn, Rawtenstall, and Blackburn attended a fire involving a derelict building on Grange Lane, Accrington.

"Firefighters used one hose reel, breaking-in tools, and a triple-extension ladder to bring the fire under control and were in attendance for approximately 90 minutes."

Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service have been contacted for further information.