A family of five have been taken to hospital after a serious house fire in Swindon this morning.
A man suffered severe burns in the fire in Cricklade Road and was taken to Southmead hospital. While a woman and three children were taken to The Great Western Hospital in Swindon, for minor injuries and smoke inhalation.
Most of the house has been seriously damaged by the fire, which is thought to have started in the kitchen.
Several neighbouring houses were evacuated - and some spent the night in council accommodation. They returned today to check their homes but were still too shocked to talk about what happened.
Neighbour Sean Baxter called the fire service just before 3 o'clock this morning - by which time the building was well alight.
Fire crews in Somerset are currently dealing with a large fire at a thatched property near North Petherton.
Eight appliances are tackling the blaze at a detached property at Coxhill Farm in North Newton.
Bosses at a factory in Gloucestershire have been reassuring staff after a catastrophic fire there earlier this week.
Dowty Propellers in Staverton was destroyed on Wednesday night. The owner, GE Aviation says it is doing its best to get the operation running again. It says it is committed to the workforce and the business.
Staff from Dowty Propellers are meeting today and will be briefed on their future after the massive fire yesterday.
Some are worried that GE Aviation will pull out of the site, which could threaten the jobs of 250 employees.
Below is a statement from Dowty Propellors who own the factory which caught fire last night.
250 people work there, and fortunately no one was injured:
Stuart Edgar, the Fire Chief who tackled the blaze, says this is one the largest fires he's ever seen:
This picture shows how 80% of the Dowty Propellers' factory has been destroyed:
No one was injured in the fire which ripped through a Staverton factory last night.
Up to 80 firefighters were called to tackle the blaze:
There's been a huge fire at a factory in Gloucestershire.
80% of Dowty Propellers in Staverton has been damaged.
It broke out just after midnight and has now been brought under control. No one was injured.