A DERELICT former carpet factory site in Stourport was reinspected by firefighters this morning after a blaze on Sunday afternoon.

Emergency services were called to the derelict two-storey building opposite Lichfield Street, which formed part of the former Bond Worth carpet factory, at 5.34pm on Sunday, April 28.

Two crews from Kidderminster and another from Stourport were sent to the scene, alongside an aerial ladder platform from Worcester.

Firefighters used two jets to extinguish the fire. Police were also on scene while road closures were in place and people were warned to avoid the area.

Crews then returned to reinspect the site just after midnight, and found several hotspots.

After four hours of damping down, Hereford and Worcester Fire and Rescue Service closed the case at 4.26am.

A fire service spokesman there will be no investigation into the cause of the fire.