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Residents and car drivers are being warned to keep their windows shut after a huge fire on a Swindon industrial estate
There are now eight fire engines in attendance at the industrial site in Swindon where a fire is blazing at a waste depot.
Firefighters say they're trying to create fire breaks around the affected area on the Cheney Manor estate.
Smoke from the fire can be seen from some considerable distance and the Environment Agency and Public Health England are monitoring the site
– Public Health England
People should do all they can to stay out of the smoke.
If residents are affected by smoke, they should stay indoors and keep windows and doors closed.
Motorists who have to travel through the smoke should also keep windows closed, turn off air conditioning and keep their air vents closed.
Anyone affected by the smoke or concerned about its impact on their health should call NHS 111.
The site is next to the main railway line. Trains are now running through the area but are described travelling under caution.
Wiltshire Fire & Rescue Service is expecting to be at the scene of a significant fire in Swindon for much of today.
Crews were called to Swindon Skips in Brindley Close, on the Cheney Manor Industrial Estate shortly before 9pm last night. On arrival, they found 750 tonnes of building and timber recycling material well alight.
Six fire engines initially attended, from Westlea, Swindon, Stratton (two), Cricklade and Marlborough, supported by the aerial appliance from Swindon, water carriers from Royal Wootton Bassett and Pewsey, and an incident command vehicle from Stratton.
Smoke from the fire can be seen from some considerable distance away - air quality is being monitored by Public Health England and people living locally are advised to keep windows and doors shut as a precaution.
The site is adjacent to the main railway line – trains were stopped for a time overnight but are now travelling through under caution.
A fire investigation will be carried out in due course. As yet, it's not known how the blaze started.
We will be fighting the fire on Cheney Manor Ind Estate, #Swindon for some hours yet - keep windows shut if you're worried about the smoke.
More than 40 fire fighters are tackling a major fire at a waste depot in Cheney Manor in Swindon.
A 750 tonne pile of broken wood is alight at a skip company. The fire - which is not toxic - is still burning and residents are being advised to keep windows closed.
No-one is thought to have been hurt.
Troops back from Afghanistan are to parade through Marlborough before a medals presentation in the Wiltshire town later this morning. Members of the Military Intelligence Battalion will be accompanied by the Band of the Grenadier Guards.
More than 120 police officers have taken part in a series of raids across Wiltshire today.
17 addresses were searched and crack cocaine, heroin and cannabis were recovered.
15 people were arrested for drug supply offences.
All are still in custody. A replica firearm and various other weapons were also seized.
A runner hit by a car in Chippenham two weeks ago has died.
The 20 year old woman was struck by the vehicle as she crossed the road on the Bridge Centre roundabout at the junction with Bath Road on the morning of Sunday 16 November.
She had been undergoing treatment at Frenchay Hospital in Bristol but died this weekend.
Darren Nixon from Wiltshire Fire & Rescue Service talks about last night's fire in Trowbridge.
The company which manages the sheltered housing block in Trowbridge which was damaged by fire, has issued this statement today:
– Claire Williams, District Manager, Anchor
We are working closely with the residents and their families to provide all the support they need, offering hotel accommodation to the resident who has had to leave their home. The well-being of our customers is paramount. We are working with the fire service who have not yet established the cause of the fire.