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PICTURED: Wolverhampton firefighters tackle blazing bus

A double decker bus in Wolverhampton has been 'completely destroyed' after a fire broke out.


Firefighters had to use a whopping 75 litres of foam to extinguish the 'severe fire'.

The National Express bus caught fire at around 9am yesterday morning at the Park Lane bus depot.

The smoking wreckage, picture: Fallings Park Fire Station

The bus was completely gutted while a second nearby also suffered damage.

The fire is not thought to be arson and is believed to have started because of a defect with the engine.

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