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Extensive damage has been caused to the Tycoch campus at Gower College following a large fire.
A video filmed by an ITV Cymru Wales reporter shows many of the windows have been blown out in the blaze and the exterior severly charred.
Emergency services has confirmed the fire, which spread throughout the top floors of the building, has now been brought under control.
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A spokesperson from Gower College has confirmed some of the buildings surrounding the Tycoch campus will be closed today.
A large fire broke out at the main campus earlier this morning.
The following buildings will be closed today.
- Tycoch campus
- The sports centre
- The Broadway Centre
- Hill House campus
Tycoch Road remains closed.
Emergency services say the fire at Gower College in Swansea is now "under control".
Crews were called to the college on Tycoch Road, Sketty in the early hours of this morning.
85 firefighters and 19 appliances are currently at the scene and Tycoch road remains closed.
GOWER COLLEGE FIRE UPDATE: Only Ty Coch Rd closed. Traffic moving OK elsewhere in area. Avoid if you can. Road unlikely to re-open before 12
Fire crews say they're "making progress" tackling the fire at the Gower College campus.
Police have told ITV News that some of the road closures nearby will stay in place all morning.
Police are urging people to avoid the area surrounding the Tycoch campus of Gower College this morning, as more than 80 firefighters tackle a large blaze on two floors of the building.
Road closures are currently in place and officers are assisting with traffic.
Please note that the Tycoch campus will be closed today, including the Sport Centre and Broadway..
A large fire has broken out at Gower College in Swansea.
A spokesperson for Mid & West Wales Fire Service said the second and third floors of the building are in flames.
20 fire appliances and 85 firefighters are at the scene.
South Wales Police say a number of roads in the area are closed.
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