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.
We were called at 3pm to Caxton Road, St Ives to reports of a fire. It looks like the nearby BP garage along with nearby industrial buildings have been evacuated and closed as a precaution and the road (as of 3.30pm) was being closed from the BP garage to the mini roundabout at Somersham.
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