The massive fire ripped through the Slough bus station as vehicles and infrastructure were destroyed and police warned the public to keep away.

Firefighters have warned the public to stay away from the bus station after it was ravaged by a massive fire.

Traffic has been diverted this morning after the public were urged to avoid the area by police.

The bus station on Brunel Way was engulfed in flames at 2am after reports of a fire on the bus.

Members of the public are advised to stay away from the area due to cordons and road closings. We would like you to know how much we appreciate your assistance.

They said that officers were on the scene and were assisting the fire service.

The A4 Wellington Street in Slough is closed in both directions this morning as a result of the fire, as well as a nearby road.

An alert from Inrix, a road and traffic monitoring service, at 2.24am on Saturday said: ‘A4 Wellington Street in both directions closed due to building fire at the bus station from A332 to Queensmere Road. The road is shut down.

Short notice cancellation to services and delays were warned by the bus company.

MailOnline reached out to the police and the RFRS for comment.

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