Molineux catches FIRE after 2am blaze broke out inside a bar area at Wolves’ famous stadium with smoke pouring out…as 20 firefighters arrive on the scene before putting out the flames
- The fire at the Molineux Stadium lasted for around two hours on Sunday morning
- No one was injured in the fire which broke out in the Sir Jack Hayward stand
- Four fire crews arrived just two minutes after being called out to the scene
Wolves’ famous Molineux Stadium caught fire in the early hours of Sunday morning.
It was ablaze for around two hours from 1:40am as 20 firefighters successfully battled to contain the flames, according to footage from @wolfpackwwfc.
Fortunately no one was injured in the fire which broke out in an empty bar area of the Sir Jack Hayward stand.
Wolves’ Molineux Stadium caught fire in the early hours of Sunday morning
With the stadium’s alarm blaring, footage showed emergency services being called out to tackle the blaze which lasted for around two hours.
West Midlands Fire Service issued a statement on the incident, a spokesman said: ‘At 1.56am this morning we responded to a fire at The Molineux Stadium, Wolverhampton.
‘The first of four fire crews and 20 firefighters arrived two minutes after being mobilised.
‘We contained the fire to a conference suite bar area. It was out by 3.40am.’
Wolves did play on Saturday but fortunately their match was away at Brentford, where Bruno Lage’s side won 2-1.
They now sit eighth in the Premier League – just four points off the top four.