Firefighters tackle an early hours blaze
FIREMEN needed breathing apparatus to tackle a flat fire in Neath early today.
The blaze broke out at a three storey building in Windsor Road.
The alarm was raised at 3.29am, with firefighters, police and ambulance service paramedics called to the scene.
Fire was confined to a top floor flat at the three storey terrace property.
One hose reel jet was used to put out the fire and firefighters needed breathing apparatus.
"A thermal imaging camera was used and a positive pressure ventilation fan was used to get rid of the smoke," said a Mid and West Wales Fire Service spokeswoman. "All persons were accounted for."
No injuries were reported and the incident was closed at 4.27am.