An industrial estate in Oxfordshire has re-opened after a fire yesterday.
The site at Watlington was sealed off for twenty four hours while water was sprayed to cool gas cylinders. At the height of the emergency more than sixty firefighters were at the scene. Businesses are now recovering.
A 24 hour cordon has been lifted at an industrial estate in Oxfordshire. The site at Watlington, where a fire broke out yesterday, is expected to reopen this morning. Gas cylinders had to be cooled before the estate was deemed safe.
An industrial estate in Oxfordshire is expected to reopen this morning following a fire. The site at Watlington was sealed off for 24 hours yesterday. At the height of the fire more than 60 firefighters were needed.
An industrial estate in Oxfordshire has been cordoned off for much of the day after a fire broke out in buildings that contained gas cylinders. Sixty firefighters tackled the blaze in Watlington. Police and ambulance crews were on hand as a precaution.
An industrial estate in Oxfordshire has been cordoned off all day today - after a fire broke out in a number of buildings which contained gas cylinders.
A fire continues to burn at industrial units in Oxfordshire where gas cylinders have been found. Around 60 firefighters have been on site at the height of the blaze just outside of Watlington. Chris Maughan has our report.