UK News Bus fire at Glasgow's Fort Shopping Centre sees blaze engulf vehicle
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These dramatic images capture the moment a bus became an "inferno" intonight.
The double decker was thankfully thought to be empty when the blaze broke out and quickly caught hold on the vehicle at Glasgow's Fort shopping centre in the east of the city..
Shocked shoppers took footage of the burning bus and put them on social media.
The bus was stopped next to restaurants when the blaze broke out.
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Police Scotland posted dramatic video of the incident which shows firefighters working to bring the blaze under control on Thursday evening.Emergency services were called to Wester Hailes Road in the west end of the city at around 5.30pm on Thursday evening.
Images show huge sheets of flame and smoke emerging from the top deck.
Some debris is also seen shooting from the vehicle as the heat intensifies.
@Scottish_Duggy tweeted:"A double decker bus has turned into a complete inferno at Glasgow Fort tonight. Best avoid the route next to the cinema! Apparently Nobody was on the bus and emergency guys were there within minutes."
And Soph, who captured images of the blaze, tweeted:".. bus on fire @ Glasgow fort."
The bus involved is thought to be a new.
There are no reports of injuries at this time.
Scottish Fire and Rescue received an emergency call shortly before 6pm tonight.
Two fire engines raced to the scene.
A Scottish Fire and Rescue spokeswoman said:"We are still in attendance just now. It is the Glasgow Fort Retail Park, Easterhouse in Glasgow.
"We received the call at 17.58 this evening from a member of the public to a report that a bus was on fire.
"We have two appliances attending that are currently still in attendance."
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He had to be treated in hospital for a head wound following the attackThe teen was at the Tesco in Rathfarnham shopping centre last night with a friend when the two men, who are believed to be in their 20s, got out of a car and attacked him with a crowbar and a hammer.