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South Wales Fire and Rescue are in attendance at a grass fire at Rhymney Bridge in Tredegar.
The scale of the fire is not yet known.
Fire crews are continuing to deal with grass fires across Wales.
A blaze in Porth was allowed to burn out last night, while 20 firefighters were at a fire in short grass near Ammanford.
Fire services continue to issue warnings about the dangers of grass fires as crews fight blazes across Wales.
Crews are currently tackling a fire covering 60 hectares at Garnswllt near Ammanford. There have been other blazes near Swansea and Tonypandy in the Rhondda.
A grass fire that broke out in Swansea yesterday evening covered 30-35 hectares - the equivalent of 70 football pitches.
Gwyn Lewis, station manager at Mid & West Wales Fire and Rescue Service, told ITV Cymru Wales fire crews received 160 alerts for the same incident - the first at 8.20pm.
Welsh firefighters have dealt with more than 250 grassland fires over the last week, with incidents from Anglesey to the South Wales valleys.
Wales' three fire services have all been tackling grass fires over the last few days.
South Wales Fire and Rescue Service said on Wednesday morning that it had received 332 calls reporting fires over 24 hours.
Firefighters from Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service worked through last night to bring under control a very large grass fire in the Morriston area of Swansea.
North Wales Fire and Rescue Service dealt with a large fire at Cae Bog, Holyhead, on Tuesday evening.
Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service says a large grass fire in Swansea which burned through the night has now been extinguished.
Firefighters are this morning still tackling a grass fire in Swansea.
Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service described it as a "very large fire" that was "being allowed to burn", and surrounding properties have been monitored through the night.