ALL the occupants, including a dog, have been reported safe after a fire ripped through a home in Camborne this morning.

Crews are currently at the fire at a house in Camborne after receiving multiple 999 calls from members of the public.

The first calls came in at 8:37am this morning reporting a house fire in Cranberry Road, Camborne.

Three appliances were initially mobilised from Tolvaddon, Truro and Penzance and two Flexi Duty Officers.

On arrival an officer sent an assistance message for an additional appliance and Aerial Ladder Platform (ALP), which were sent from Helston and Newquay respectively.

Two additional Flexi Duty Officers were mobilised along with an Incident Command Unit from St Just and Operational Support Unit from St Austell.

All the occupants of the house are reported to be safe including Pablo the dog after being rescued by friends and family.

The fire happened as students from the nearby Camborne Science and International Academy were due to attend the school for Covid lateral flow testing.

The school issued a statement to parents and students saying: "We are aware of an incident near the site of CSIA and want to reassure all Parents and Carers that all students and staff are safe.

"There has been a fire opposite the school.

"Testing for students in Year 9 is still taking place - we ask that students use the lane beside the school and enter through the rear green gate.

"Transport between the CSIA Campus and Nexus Campus - pick up and drop off at the end of Cranberry Road.

"The incident is being dealt with by the fire service and police. We will continue to follow their advice and guidance.

"We will post later today an update with regards to the dismissal of students and end of the day arrangements."

Crews are still working at the scene to extinguish the fire.