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Firefighters are today dealing with the aftermath of a fire at Ferrybridge power station.
The plant will not be fully back up and running for several months after a blaze ripped through it last night.
Nearly a hundred fire fighters tackled the flames.
The true scale of the damage caused to Ferrybridge power station has been revealed - after it was announced it will not be fully back up and running for several months.
A major fire ripped through the plant last night. Nearly a hundred fire fighters tackled the flames. The blaze has now been brought under control, but an investigation into the cause has now begun.
A major fire at Ferrybridge power station - could put it out of action for several months. Nearly a hundred fire fighters were at the power station at the height of the blaze which broke out in a tower this afternoon. It has now been brought under control.
Smoke has been billowing out of Ferrybridge Power Station for several hours as 15 fire crews tackle a fire there.
People living in the area have been describing how the fire developed.
Dianne Owens told ITV Calendar she just wanted to get inside:
West Yorkshire Fire Service say 15 crews are now involved in tackling the fire at Ferrybridge Power Station.
They say they third floor of a four-storey building is at the centre of the blaze.
Firefighters are currently using two ground monitors and one aerial to tackle the fire.
No injuries to staff or crew have been reported.