A number of pet birds were sadly killed after a fire ripped through a pigeon coop and three sheds in Bletchley.

Bucks Fire and Rescue responded to reports of the fire in Conway Close at 7.59pm yesterday evening.


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Three fire engines and crews rushed to the scene.

Firefighters used a main jet, a hose reel, two sets of breathing apparatus and a toolkit as they extinguished the fire and also cooled a 25kg butane cylinder.

Tragically, a number of birds that were kept as domestic pets died in the fire.