THE front of a bungalow in Belbroughton was damaged after two cars on the driveway caught fire.

Crews were sent to the detatched bungalow in the village just after 2.20am this morning (Friday May 22).

On arrival officers found the cars were well alight and two hose reel jets were deployed to extinguish the flames.

The front of the bungalow was also damaged and crews from Stourbridge, Wyre Forest and Bromsgrove fire stations attended the scene.

Nobody was injured in the blaze.

A spokesperson for Hereford and Worcester Fire and Rescue Service said: "Shortly after 2.20am this morning fire crews from Wyre Forest and Bromsgrove stations attended a fire involving two cars on a driveway in Belbroughton near Stourbridge.

"Both cars were on fire and there was fire damage to the front of a detached bungalow.

"The fire was extinguished using two hosereel jets, and two breathing apparatuses were used.

"There were no injuries.  A West Midlands Fire Service crew from Stourbridge also attended."