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One of the roads near the major fire in Stafford has now been re-opened.
Some industrial units are still closed off whilst crews continue to work on putting out the fire.
ITV News Central has been told one person was in the building of a major fire which broke out at an industrial estate in Stafford.
The fire took place at a unit owned by Global Hygiene LLP on Drummond Street.
A spokesperson from the company said the person was evacuated safely.
Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service has told us the fire is now contained, with more than 10 firefighters still at the scene this morning.
There were explosions yesterday as firefighters battled to stop the warehouse fire spreading to 40,000 litres of industrial oil.
A director of Global Hygiene said:
More than 50 firefighters have spent the day tackling a huge fire on an industrial estate in Stafford.
There were explosions as firefighters battled to stop the warehouse fire spreading to 40,000 litres of industrial oil.
ITV News Central's Melissa Wright reports.
It took more than fifty firefighters to contain today's fire in Stafford.
You can watch ITV News Central footage of the fire at its peak in the video below.
Eyewitnesses who saw the large fire at a warehouse in Stafford have told ITV News Central about seeing the scale of the fire.
Nathan Hordern owns a company nearby:
Mansubha Rana and Julie Moore also witnessed the fire.
Ten fire crews are now left at the scene of a major warehouse fire in Stafford.
The fire was contained earlier this afternoon, after being reported at around 8.43am this morning.
Local officers from the Environment Agency are on site at the Astonfields Industrial Estate to monitor pollution levels.
Firefighters are still working to put out the fire, although it has now been contained.
Residents around the Ashtonfields industrial estate are being warned to continue to stay indoors with their windows shut as the fire at a recycling centre is brought under control .
Staffordshire Fire and Rescue service say there is still a significant risk of smoke inhalation.
A 50m evacuation zone remains in place around a major fire at a recycling plant on an industrial estate in Stafford.
The blaze started this morning at Global Hygiene LLP on the Ashtonfields industrial estate.
12 crews were called to the scene to contain the fire, over fears it could spread to a neighbouring building, containing 40,000 litres of oil.
One person has been treated for minor burns.
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