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Fire crews will stay at the scene of large fire at the CWS building in Manchester city centre overnight. They say no-one has been injured.
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Up to fifty homes have been evacuated after a garage fire in Cadishead in Irlam.
Firefighters believe the garage on Nelson Drive contains two gas cylinders that could explode.
Salford Council has opened a local school for people moved out of their homes as emergency crews deal with the situation.
Colleagues from @salfordcouncil have opened a local school for them to stay while we manage the risk...
Highly trained officers are on the scene the fire is out but the risk is that the cylinders may explode http://t.co/lAhEsQTdQp
Police are investigating after shots were fired at houses in Bolton and Salford.
Police were called at around 10pm last night to a property on Worsley Road in Bolton. Officers confirmed that damage to the front of the property had been caused by a firearm. No-one was injured.
At about 11.25pm, police received a report that a property on Gorse Drive in Salford had also been shot at.
Detective Inspector Joe Clarke from Salford division, said: “We have launched an investigation and, although it is still in the early stages, we do believe this was a targeted attack and that there is no wider threat to the community.