Five appliances needed to tackle huge fire at waste recycling plant at High Melton

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Firefighters were called out to a huge blaze involving waste recycling last night (Monday, November 8).

South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue received a call at 7.53pm regarding an incident at a waste recycling plant at High Melton.

At its height the fire required five engines and a turntable ladder.

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Crews are still in attendance this morning.

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A spokesman said of the photos: “Here's a taste of what our crews faced last night at a waste recycling fire in Wath-Upon-Dearne. Excellent work from all involved in tackling this blaze!”

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