Fire engines descend on residential Clifton street after bin catches fire

fire engines descend on residential clifton street after bin catches fire - Fire engines descend on residential Clifton street after bin catches fire

Firefighters were called to a Clifton street this evening over an accidental bin fire.

Three crews from Temple and Southmead fire stations attended Jacob’s Wells Road in Clifton at 6.28pm tonight (July 29).

An Avon Fire and Rescue spokeswoman said: “It was a small bin fire, out on arrival. It was accidental.”

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