Over 60 firefighters have tackled a fire at a cooking oil recycling centre in Worcestershire.
They spent the night and the early hours of this morning at the Sandy Lane Industrial Estate in Stourport-on-Severn.
The flames, from the burning of 60 tonnes of waste oil and 500 tonnes of kerosene at the factory, could be seen for several miles around. **It is still not known how the fire started.
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