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This is the building that is believed to be on fire in Stafford.
A local firework importer and supplier, SP Fireworks, owns a warehouse in the small business park where police have said they are attending a fire.
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The fire involving more than 30 firefighters at a fireworks factory and shop in Stafford is believed to be at SP Fireworks on Tilcon Avenue.
The company's website says it imports and supplies bespoke products to Wholesale, Retail, General Public and Display Companies.
So far West Midlands Ambulance says there are two casualties. There were reports of an explosion shortly after 5:15pm this evening.
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Two people have been injured after a fireworks factory caught fire in Stafford this evening.
Crews were called to Tilcon Avenue at around 5.15pm.
More than 25 firefighters are currently at the scene, along with police and paramedics.
Staffordshire Police have said that emergency services are attending a fire at a firework retailer in Stafford. They previously said they were responding to an explosion. A statement said:
Homes and businesses are being evacuated in the area around a major blaze at a fireworks factory in Stafford this evening.
Road closures are in place and people have been urged to avoid the area around Tilcon Avenue, after the fire broke out at around 5.15pm.
A cordon has been put in place around the unit, and people living nearby have been urged to keep their doors and windows closed due to thick plumes of black smoke coming from the site.
There are reports people heard a loud explosion before a large fire broke out at a firework factory in Stafford this evening.
Around 25 firefighters are tackling the flames on an industrial estate on Tilcon Avenue in the Weeping Cross area of the town.
West Midlands Ambulance service has confirmed two people have been injured.
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The need for safe burials has been known from the beginning of the epidemic last spring, when people who attended the funeral of a faith healer in Guinea became infected.
U.S. guidelines call for workers wearing full protective gear to wrap the remains of Ebola victims, which have an extremely high concentration of the virus, in a plastic shroud and then place them in two body bags. The body should not be washed or handled in any way, something that has been a common practice in much of West Africa.
The new findings, published in the journal Science, are based on a mathematical model being developed by Ebola researchers at Yale School of Public Health.