Crews continue to work throughout the night after fire starts in Harrimans Lane

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Crews from over three counties continue to tackle a fire that on Harrimans Lane, Dunkirk in Nottingham.

The fire was reported earlier today with crews attending at 7.22pm this evening.


Nottinghamshire fire had teams from London Road, West Bridgford, Highfields, Stockhill, Stapleford, East Leake, Arnold, Ashfield, Bingham, Collingham, Carlton, Mansfield and Ilkeston

They were futher joined with crews from Castle Donnington, Ascot Drive and more from Derbyshire and Leicestershire Fire Service.

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Due to large quantities of smoke and high winds of the storm, the fire services recommend to keep windows and doors closed and to keep out of the area.

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At around 9.45pm, over 100 crew members were in attendance including two aerial ladder platforms, a high volume pump and a welfare unit.

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This is the third time this year that the fire service had been called out to a fire in the same industrial area.

Previously smoke and flames could be seen for miles and also included a high attendance of services and equipment.

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Nottinghamshire Fire Service report at 11.00pm tonight: “Crews and our multi-agency partners will continue working throughout the night to tackle the significant incident on Harrimans Ln.”

“12 fire engines are at the scene from across

Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire and Leicestershire, with two aerial ladder platforms and one high volume pump.”

The reminder of keeping window and doors closed including to stay away from the are remains until later today (28/11)