VIDEO footage has captured the moment firefighters tackled a huge blaze in a bus depot in Bewsey.

Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service were called to the base of Fairbrother’s coaches on Catherine Street at around 1am on Friday, March 2.

A number of coaches caught fire, with volatile chemicals also kept on the premises.

Six fire engines were called to tackle the blaze, with crews remaining on scene for six-and-a-half hours before leaving at around 7.30am.

An aerial appliance and a high volume water pump were also used in efforts to tackle the fire, which had spread to neighbouring buildings.

No injuries were reported in the incident, and Cheshire Police are not treating the fire as suspicious.

Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service have now released footage of crews tackling the blaze.

Watch firefighters battling to keep the blaze under control below.

It is thought that five buses were destroyed in the fire, including a number of vintage coaches.

Speaking on Friday, bus company owner David Fairbrother told the Warrington Guardian that he was ‘gutted’ at the devastating fire.

The video below shows the aftermath of the blaze on Friday morning.