Recycling plant fire

More than 70 firefighters were called to a blaze at a recycling plant in an old quarry near Chipping Campden.

Biggest fire in Gloucestershire since last winter

Emergency crews have been damping down after the biggest fire in Gloucestershire since last winter.

More than 70 firefighters were called to the blaze at a recycling plant in an old quarry near Chipping Campden.

It started in the early hours. Fog and heavy smoke hampered efforts to put it out. Crews from neighbouring Hereford and Worcester were brought in to back up the Gloucestershire brigade. The cause is being investigated.

Jeff Neathway is from Gloucestershire Fire & Rescue Service:

Large fire at former quarry in Chipping Campden

A fire engine outside the damaged unit. Credit: ITV News West Country

Emergency crews have been damping down after the biggest fire in Gloucestershire since last winter.

More than 70 firefighters were called to the blaze at a recycling plant in an old quarry near Chipping Campden.

Crews from neighbouring Hereford and Worcester were brought in to back up the Gloucestershire brigade.

Inside the damaged storage unit. Credit: ITV News West Country

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