Fire in bedroom shuts Cowley Road

Oxford Mail: Fire in bedroom shuts Cowley Road (Pic: Brynsley Ramdeen) Fire in bedroom shuts Cowley Road (Pic: Brynsley Ramdeen)

FIREFIGHTERS have been called to Cowley to tackle a blaze in a bedroom.

Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue Service were called to the junction of Oxford Road and Marsh Road at 7.19pm.

No one was rescued from the fire and no one was injured.

Cowley Road has reportedly shut as a result of the fire.

 

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