Huge fire in Nottinghamshire still burning after two weeks
A fire at an industrial site in Nottinghamshire is still burning - two weeks after it started.
The blaze has been raging at the industrial site at Oakfield Farm, Forest Lane, Walesby, since September 21.
Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service decided to allow it to continue burning in a controlled manner until it burnt out completely.
However, it now appears the waste could continue to smoulder and release smoke for some time.
The stability of the structure is also an issue in the choice of tactics that can be used - it has been decided that the best approach to reduce and stop the smoke... read more
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