The cause of a fire at a flat in Bristol started accidentally.
One man died in the fire at Carolina House in Kingsdown on Saturday 6 September. Avon Fire & Rescue has been working alongside a number of other agencies, including Avon and Somerset Constabulary, to ascertain the cause of the fire.
Police say they are treating a fire, which tore through a Bristol tower block yesterday, as not suspicious.
A 61 year old man died in the blaze, which started on the 7th floor of Carolina House in Dove Street.
About a hundred people were evacuated from the building. Some have now been let back into their homes. Others are in temporary accommodation.
A man who died after a fire broke out a Bristol tower block has been named locally as 61 year old Robert Crane.
Around forty fire-fighters battled the blaze at Carolina House in Dove Street in Kingsdown, which started at around 11am.
More than 100 residents were evacuated from the building and taken to a nearby church.
Mr Crane, who had become trapped inside, was pronounced dead at the scene. It's thought the fire started on the seventh floor.
A man has died in a fire which broke out at a tower block in Bristol just after 11am. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
Around forty fighters have now brought the blaze at Carolina House in Dove Street under control.
Up to one hundred residents were evacuated from the building. Many of them are being looked after at Elim Church in Jamaica Road.
It's not yet known what caused the fire. An investigation is now underway.
It's thought one person may have been trapped in the fire which broke out at a tower block in Bristol earlier this morning.
Forty firefighters tackled the blaze at Carolina House in Dove Street. They have now brought the fire under control.
Around 100 people have been evacuated to King Square. Many of them are being looked after at Elim Church on Jamaica Street.
The building has been left with extensive smoke damage.
Firefighters are tackling a serious fire at a tower block in Kingsdown, Bristol.
The blaze broke out on the seventh floor of Carolina House on Dove Street.
It's not yet known whether anyone's been hurt.
A small crowd has gathered outside the building.
A lane is still closed in each direction on Brunel Way, Bristol, after a lorry fire there on Wednesday. It caused major damage to the road surface. The partial closure of one of the city's main arterial routes has been causing severe congestion.
The A419 London Road is closed in both directions closed due to spillage of acid and the fire between Brimscombe Lane and Spring Lane. This is affecting traffic between Stroud and Cirencester. Motorists are being asked to avoid the area and to keep doors and windows closed.
John Beard from Gloucestershire Fire & Rescue says crews were also faced with an environmental issue when tackling the fire because of the chemicals inside the building:
Gloucestershire firefighters have been dealing with a major blaze in Stroud overnight.
It started at Griffin Mill in Thrupp at around half past eight yesterday evening.
Some buildings were evacuated and people living nearby were-asked to stay indoors and close their windows because of the chemicals thought to be inside. 60 firefighters were at the scene on the scene. Part of the A419 is closed.