The fireball broke out in Manchester Airport this morning (Picture: MEN)Cars were engulfed in flames today at Manchester Airport after a fireball destroyed a multi-storey car park.
At least four cars are said to have been badly damaged after fire crews were scrambled to the scene.
No one was injured in the incident that occurred in terminal two’s car park.
Emergency services rushed to the scene on Friday morning after thick smoke plumes could be seen billowing from the roof.
The blaze is understood to have started with one vehicle before spreading to a number parked closed by, although the cause of the fire has not yet been released.
No one was injured in the incident (Picture: MEN)
The cause of the fire has not yet been revealed (Picture: MEN)Numerous stationary cars have been left destroyed in the aftermath – one, which is thought to be a Volkswagen, was completely burnt out.
An orange-coloured Peugeot 208 parked next to it was also badly damaged, along with a Range Rover Evoke and a Honda Jazz.
A spokesman for Manchester Airport said the incident was quickly brought under control, and that the car park has since reopened but the top floor remains shut.