Six people, including three children, have been taken to hospital following a suspected gas explosion at a terrace house.
Fire crews were called shortly before 10.40pm on Tuesday to a blaze in Milnrow, Greater Manchester, which had spread to four neighbouring properties.
Firefighters used eight breathing apparatus, two hose reels, a covering jet and an aerial platform o contain the blaze in Lilac Avenue.
Three adults and three children were taken to hospital suffering from smoke inhalation, said Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service (GMFRS).
Crews worked through the night to keep the blaze under control and two fire engines remained at the scene on Wednesday.
In a statement, GMFRS said: “Work is ongoing to isolate the gas supply so firefighters can continue fighting the fire.
“A cordon remains in place.”