Two women rescued from house fire in Barry

Two women have been rescued from a fire in Barry, Vale of Glamorgan early on Wednesday.

Emergency services were called just before 04:00 GMT after the fire broke out in the kitchen of the house in Westward Drive.

Firefighters wearing breathing apparatus went into the house and brought the women to safety.

They were treated at the scene by an ambulance crew but did not need hospital treatment.

Two fire crews from Barry attended.

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