Fifteen fire engines have been sent to tackle a huge blaze at an industrial complex in Leeds.
West Yorkshire Police said emergency services were called to the Tradepak industrial building at 2.34am this morning.
Nearby streets have been cordoned off and members of the public advised to close windows and doors due to large amounts of smoke.
No people have been reported hurt as a result of the fire so far.
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