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A large fire that broke out at an industrial estate in St Ives yesterday afternoon started 'accidentally'.
More than 30 firefighters were called to tackle the blaze at Caxton Road, which spread from the main building to the roof.
Crews remained on the scene until the evening to dampen down.
It's believed the most likely cause of the fire was a lithium battery.
An investigation is due to begin to determine the cause of the fire.
Bus company Stagecoach says a huge fire on an industrial estate in St Ives means it has had to alter some services on the guided busway.
Service A for Marley Road will now terminate at Constable Road.
Whippet Coaches says Service C will also be affected and bus number 45 will need to divert.
A petrol station in St Ives has been evacuated after fears it could be at risk from a fire at a nearby industrial building.
Around 30 firefighters are currently tackling the flames on the Caxton Road industrial estate.
A huge plume of smoke can be seen over the Cambridgeshire town.
Cambridgeshire Police say officers have evacuated the petrol station and other industrial buildings as a precaution.
Firefighters are asking local residents to keep doors and windows closed to prevent smoke entering buildings.
Video courtesy of John Hunt
A large plume of smoke is currently visible across St Ives following a large fire at an industrial estate this afternoon.
A large fire has broken out at an industrial estate in Cambridgeshire this afternoon.
Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue are currently at the scene of the incident in a two-storey industrial building on Caxton Road in St Ives.
More than 30 firefighters are dealing with the blaze and people have been warned to avoid the area.
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More than 30 firefighters are tackling a large fire at an industrial estate in St Ives.