Firefighters were called out after a blaze was reported at a home in Oadby. The Fire and Rescue Service received the first calls shortly after 5.30pm today to an incident in Woodfield Road in Oadby. Fire crews arrived to find one upstairs bedroom well alight and four firefighters wearing breathing tanks went into the house to fight the flames, assisted by two hoses outside the building. The people living in the house were all safely out of the building by the time the fire crews arrived but the Red Cross team based at Leicester's Western Fire and Rescue Station in New Parks, Leicester, attended to support the occupants. The team of volunteers have a mobile home with clothes, drinks and other things to offer people whose homes are damaged by fire. The fire was contained within the upstairs bedroom and the structural damage was not severe. Special pressure pumps were used to clear the smoke out of the building and the incident was over by shortly after 7pm. A fire service spokesman said: "The fire was in a first floor bedroom and all people in the house were accounted for. "The cause of the fire is still under investigation."