Fire at Darlington waste site

Firefighters are tackling a large blaze at a waste storage site, Albert Hill Industrial Estate, in Darlington.

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Darlington warehouse gutted by flames

Firefighters finish the clear-up after yesterday's fire Credit: ITV News

A waste storage site in Darlington has been gutted by flames after a major blaze broke out at a warehouse yesterday.

Investigations are continuing into how the fire was started at the Albert Hill Industrial Estate.

Investigation after fire at warehouse in Darlington

County Durham and Darlington Fire Rescue Service say there is no risk to public safety. Credit: ITV News Tyne Tees

An investigation is continuing into a major blaze at a warehouse in Darlington. 5,000 tonnes of household waste burned in the fire, which started at Albert Hill Industrial Estate on Saturday night, May 25.

County Durham and Darlington Fire Rescue Service say there is no risk to public safety.

Fire crews say they will remain at the scene of the fire.

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Emergency crews will remain at scene of Darlington fire

Fire crews say they will remain at the scene of a fire in on the Albert Hill Industrial Estate in Darlington.

Emergency services were called to the scene yesterday evening, May 25, after reports the warehouse containing 5,000 tonnes of general waste had caught fire.

County Durham and Darlington Fire Rescue Service say there is no risk to public safety.

Station Manager, Dane Rollo, said: "Smoke is dispersing well, no risk to the public safety."

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