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Fire services are currently tackling a fire that has engulfed a warehouse used as a pet supply store at Yate industrial estate.
The warehouse has been evacuated and a cordon has been put in place as people in buildings nearby are being advised to keep away.
Fire crews from Yate, Kingswood, Temple and Thornbury fire stations are using jets and high pressure hose reels to extinguish the flames.
The electricity at properties in the area may temporarily be affected as a result.
Avon and Somerset Police are controlling traffic at the scene.
Boris Johnson was in Yate today, visiting a start-up bakery business and creating his own confections as he joined staff in the kitchen.
On the Johnson menu - a dismissal of both the Liberal Democrat's plan for a second referendum and their electoral challenge in the region. He also cooked up his own new election battle cry, strong and stable has now been replaced by solid and sensible.
The Thornbury and Yate constituency in South Gloucestershire could be keenly contested on 8 June as the Conservatives took it, narrowly, from the Liberal Democrats in 2015.
A 22 year old man has been charged in connection with ATM attacks in North Somerset and Bristol.
Kyle Joyner, of Hartcliffe, Bristol has appeared in court this morning charged with conspiracy to steal between 10 April and 5 May.
He has been remanded in custody until 10 June when he will appear at Bristol Crown Court.
Residents woken up in the middle of the night by an explosion as thieves target another of the region's cash machines. People living near the ATM on Station Road in Yate describe hearing a bomb like sound just after 3am. The attack, thought to be the ninth on cashpoints this year, has partially destroyed the building and damaged surrounding homes.
The first attack this year was in Long Ashton on the 4th of January. That area was targeted again on the 5th of April. Just a couple of weeks later, two ATMs in Bath were targeted, before another attack in Shirehampton on the 26th of April.
Then on May the 5th more explosions. This time two cash points were blown up in Winterbourne, just fifty metres apart. Two days later and there was another attack in Long Ashton. And finally today in Yate.
A local supermarket in Yate has been completely blown a part, after robbers used explosives to open a cash machine. Stacie Orban lives nearby. She says she was 'shocked' by the incident and that if someone had been walking nearby at the time they could have been seriously hurt:
It's the latest in a series of raids across the Bristol area which has seen gas canisters and other devices rip open vaults of money secured in ATMs. Wednesday's incident on Station Road happened at around 3.30am and police are appealing for any witnesses.
Our reporter Rob Murphy has been filming at the scene explaining how a gas canister was lit to explode the cashpoint: