People living close to a warehouse in Radcliffe in Greater Manchester which has been badly damaged in a huge overnight fire, are still unable to return to their homes.
More than a hundred properties had to be evacuated, and while many people have been allowed back, a small number may have to spend a second night in temporary accomodation.
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