A house in Stockton has been devasted by smoke damage after a large emergency service presence was seen dealing with a property fire on Sunday (July 2) evening. 

Fire crews were called alongside police and ambulance to a house on Warrenport Close in Stockton at around 10.10pm following reports of a fire.

After arriving on the scene, three fore crews from Stockton and Thornaby were seen dealing with flames to various parts of the property.

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Cleveland Fire and Rescue Service have now confirmed that the house was hit by 70 per cent smoke damage. 

The Northern Echo: The aftermath of the fireThe aftermath of the fire (Image: TERRY BLACKBURN)

A spokesperson for the fire service said: "Cleveland Fire Brigade received a call to a property fire on Warrenport Close in Portrack at approximately 10.10pm on July 2.

"We dispatched 3 appliances from stations, Stockton and Thornaby

"20% fire and heat damage & 70% smoke damage was caused to house

"1 Jet, 3 Hose Reel Jets and Positive Pressure Ventilation were used to extinguish the fire."

"Cleveland Fire Brigade left the scene at 11.45pm"