The public are being urged to keep doors and windows closed as crews continue to deal with a large wildfire at Frensham Common in Surrey.
Surrey Fire and Rescue were called to the heathland at around 10pm on Monday night (29 May) where thick black smoke could be seen billowing out.
Posting an update on Twitter on Tuesday, a spokesperson for the fire service said: "We have 2 Unimogs, 3 multi-role vehicles, 1 Command Support Unit and 15 crew members in attendance as we re-escalate our response this morning, due to weather conditions forecast.
Members of the public are being urged to stay away from the area.
Surrey Fire and Rescue Service said: "Crews are still in attendance at the ongoing wildfire at Frensham Common.
"We're advising the public to please stay away from the incident and keep doors and windows closed if you are in the area."
What should you do if you discover a wildfire?
Ensure you are in a safe location (away from vegetation and smoke).
If you are in your car, close all windows and vents.
Call 999 and inform the fire service of your location – you can use a locator app such as Ordnance Survey or What3Words.
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