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Huge fire breaks out after ‘loud explosions’ with more than 100 firefighters at scene – amid warning to stay away

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A MASSIVE fire has broken out after “loud explosions” were heard at an estate as emergency services warn people to stay away.

Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service said that over 100 firefighters were attending the “significant metal fire” on Harrimans Lane, Nottingham.

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A fire has erupted in Nottingham[/caption]

In a tweet at 11pm, they said: “Crews and our multi-agency partners will continue working throughout the night to tackle the significant incident on Harrimans Lane.

“Due to the large amount of smoke and strong winds we remind residents to stay clear of the area and close their windows and doors.

“Please stay out of the area and be aware of a large number of vehicles travelling to the incident.”

Footage from the scene shows an enormous blaze in the dark sky over the industrial estate.

Chief Fire Officer John Buckley said: “Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service are currently dealing with a large fire in the Lenton area of Nottingham.

“Please be patient whilst crews deal with the incident.”


Sergeant Andy Wright, of Nottinghamshire Police, said: “We received a report of a large-scale fire in Harrimans Lane, Dunkirk, at around 7.35pm this evening (27 November).

“We are currently at the scene assisting Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service with road closures while they attend the fire.

“We have closed Redfield Road, which leads onto the industrial estate and would advise people to please avoid the area as the fire service continues to tackle the blaze.

“We would ask anyone with any information about the incident to please contact the police on 101, quoting incident number 663 of 27 November 2021.”

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Emergency services were spotted at the scene[/caption]

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