Firefighters called to deal with ‘large fire’ near Murrow

PUBLISHED: 16:12 24 April 2020 | UPDATED: 16:12 24 April 2020

Firefighters were called to Seadyke Bank near Murrow to deal with a blaze that hit two industrial buildings. Pictures: FACEBOOK/POLICING FENLAND

Firefighters were called to Seadyke Bank near Murrow to deal with a blaze that hit two industrial buildings. Pictures: FACEBOOK/POLICING FENLAND

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A large fire has broken out near Murrow today (Friday, April 24).

Firefighters were called to Seadyke Bank near Murrow to deal with a blaze that hit two industrial buildings. Pictures: FACEBOOK/POLICING FENLANDFirefighters were called to Seadyke Bank near Murrow to deal with a blaze that hit two industrial buildings. Pictures: FACEBOOK/POLICING FENLAND

Firefighters from the Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service were called to Seadyke Bank this afternoon to deal with the incident.

The road has since been closed.

A spokesperson for Policing Fenland said: “The road is closed due to a large fire that Cambs Fire and Rescue Service are dealing with.

“Fire service are still in attendance at a Fire at the above location. Due to this ongoing incident, Seadyke Bank will remain closed for a number of hours.

Smoke from the fire could be seen from a distance. Picture: ZOE TEAGUESmoke from the fire could be seen from a distance. Picture: ZOE TEAGUE

“Please avoid the area and stay inside.”

More to follow.

Firefighters were called to Seadyke Bank near Murrow to deal with a blaze that hit two industrial buildings. Pictures: FACEBOOK/POLICING FENLANDFirefighters were called to Seadyke Bank near Murrow to deal with a blaze that hit two industrial buildings. Pictures: FACEBOOK/POLICING FENLAND

Firefighters were called to Seadyke Bank near Murrow to deal with a blaze that hit two industrial buildings. Pictures: FACEBOOK/POLICING FENLANDFirefighters were called to Seadyke Bank near Murrow to deal with a blaze that hit two industrial buildings. Pictures: FACEBOOK/POLICING FENLAND

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