Alcohols Ltd will hold a meeting with residents tonight after concerns were raised over asbestos on the site.
Denise and Mark Annetts live opposite the factory. They were let back into their home after three days staying with relatives. The side of their house has been left blackened by the smoke, and windows have been damaged. The fire is now out, but they are still worried about the factory itself.
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