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One of the moorland blazes that firefighters have been tackling for three weeks is now out.
Manchester Fire service have confirmed that the blaze on Saddleworth Moor is now out and they have withdrawn all crews from the site.
Although with more warm weather forecast they have advised visitors to moorland to ensure they remain aware of risks - such as disposable barbeques and leaving litter that could cause new fires.
Army troops assisting firefighters tackling a blaze on Saddleworth Moor were stood down on Friday after nine days of carrying out work including digging trenches in an effort to stop the fires spreading.
Around 100 troops from the Royal Regiment of Scotland have been involved in the operation but the order for military support will not be extended into the weekend.
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Firefighters working in intense heat as they try to bring the massive moor fire near Stalybridge under control are asking for donations to help make that gruelling effort a little bit easier.
The army are currently also helping at the site of the fire - which could burn "for weeks".
The fires which have been sweeping across Saddleworth Moor could last for weeks unless there's a significant spell of rain.
That's the warning from the Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue service on day 5 of the emergency.
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Union says the growing risk represents "another strain on dwindling resources."
The massive moorland fire in Saddleworth is now being investigated as arson.