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The fire service believe a fire started at Bulwell in Nottingham this morning was accidental.
Around 30 fire fighters were called to a paint and pallet factory which was on fire. A 200 metre cordon was set up around the factory because a cylinder was inside the building. It has now been reopened although three fire engines are still there.
An exclusion zone is still in place as a result of the fire at a paint factory in Bulwell, Nottingham.
A man who came to use the nearby Bulwell Riverside leisure centre has parked on a street inside the zone and has been waiting since midday to get to his car.
Residents whose homes are within the zone are also not being allowed in.
A fire at a paint and pallet factory in Bulwell in Nottingham has closed tram and tram lines next to the blaze.
The fire at a unit on Coventry Road broke out at around 11:30am, and more than 30 fire fighters are continuing to tackle the flames.
Surrounding homes have been evacuated because of the risk gas cylinders at the factory could explode.
Firefighters are tackling a blaze at a paint factory in Bulwell on the Coventry Road in Nottingham. The fire began at 11:35 and the surrounding area has been evacuated.
There is currently a 200 metre hazard zone as firefighters are concerned about an acetylene cylinder at the site.
As a precaution, trams and trains have been stopped. There are 30 firefighters at the scene.