Fire crews tackling a blaze that's been smouldering for more than five weeks have today adopted what they call "more aggressive tactics" in an effort to put it out.
They've finally been able to get close to the source of the fire in a huge pile of rubbish at a recycling centre in Swindon.
But they warn the clouds of smoke which have been blighting the area could continue for weeks.
Bob Constantine reports:
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