Coach is destroyed after early morning blaze at Perth Bus Station
Twelve firefighters spent almost an hour tackling the blaze at Leonard Street.
A coach has been destroyed after it was engulfed by fire after an engine blaze spread at Perth Bus Station.
Twelve firefighters were called to the scene at Leonard Street in Perth at around 8am on Friday.
Two crews spent almost an hour tackling the blaze which had spread rapidly through the bus.
Firefighter Ewan Baird said: "We were called to an engine fire in a bus. When we got there the bus was completely involved in fire from front to rear. Flames had spread through the seating compartment.
"Two fire appliances from Perth attended. Crew were able to rapidly knock down the flames and the fire was brought under control by 8.30am"
No one was injured in the blaze.
It is understood the fire started after a fuel leak.
The blaze caused the station to be closed for around an hour bringing disruption for commuters.
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