A fire which started eight weeks ago at a recycling plant in Derbyshire has finally been put out.
The fire's been burning at the site in Stanton-by-Dale since around 8,000 tonnes of material was set alight on 15th September.
The cause of the fire is still under investigation.
A fire that has been burning for 60 days has finally been extinguished.
The blaze at a recycling facility in Stanton-by-Dale has been burning since the 15th September.
Derbyshire Fire and Rescue thanked the local community for their patience and cooperation during since the 7,000 tonnes of material was set ablaze.
Firefighters smothered the deep seated fire by burying the wood pulp in specially prepared pits on adjacent land.
The Midlands Air Ambulance is one of the busiest in the country and the aircraft will replace one of the fleet's older helicopters. The new service will be better equipped to fly at night and it's expected it will be in operation by this time next year.
Stanton Fire Update - Lows Lane passable now; Motorists be vigilant and take extra care when driving through due to low-lying smoke in area
Fire crews have spent a fifth night tackling a blaze at a woodyard in Stanton-by-Dale in Derbyshire.
The fire that started on Saturday night (15th September), is currently being tackled by 15 firefighters.
Lows Lane in Stanton-by-Dale remains closed, Derbyshire Fire and Rescue Service say this may open at some point today.
Lows Lane,Stanton-by-Dale continues to be closed with diversions in place. Further updates re this road closure will follow in the morning.
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Fire Fighters continue to fight a fire that started at a recycling plant on Lows Lane in Stanton-by-Dale in Derbyshire.Read the full story ›
6 fire appliances are still working to extinguish a blaze at a woodyard in Derby. Specialist equipment is also on scene.
The call was originally received at 10.30pm on Saturday evening.
A large plume of smoke is being blown, by the wind, into Nottinghamshire and it's expected to linger for several days.
The smoke fumes aren't thought to be dangerous.
Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue have warned people to be aware of the smoke.