A man had a "lucky escape" after a large fire broke out in St Helier, firecrews have said.
Two fire engines were called out to a garage on La Pouquelaye this afternoon.
An electric hot lamp is believed to have caused the blaze. Work was being carried out on a vehicle inside the garage.
The fire has been put out, but crews say the damage has left the building in an unsafe condition.
They remain on the scene and the adjacent road is still closed.
Firefighters say the blaze in St Helier this afternoon is believed to be caused by an explosion inside a garage.
Ryan Hall, from Jersey Fire and Rescue Service, says work was being done to a vehicle before it happened.
Footage shows a nearby resident trying to help tackle the fire in St Helier.
Americo Lira took this video as he used his garden hose to help firefighters at La Pouquelaye.
Two fire crews have put out a blaze at a private garage in St Helier.
It happened on La Pouquelaye.
Police remain with firefighters on the scene and part of the road remains closed.
Fire crews are dealing with a fire on La Pouquelaye in St Helier.
They've closed part of the road. More to follow.
The emergency services were called to an incident in St Clement, which turned out to have been caused by a cooker top fire.
There are reports five police vehicles, three fire engines and two ambulances attended the small fire, in the high rise blocks at Le Marais.
The Fire and Rescue Service have explained the large response to what turned out to be a small fire.
They say that any incidents reported at high rise buildings need a swift response, because serious fires can quickly become very dangerous.
Five police cars, two ambulances and three fire engines are currently heading east to St Clement, following reports of a fire in the parish.
We will bring you more details as we get them.
Jersey Fire and Rescue have been called to two crashes in the past 24 hours.
Both involved a single vehicle, and there were no serious injuries.