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Barn on Fire In Tattenhall

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Firefighters are currently dealing with a barn fire on Burwardsley Road, Tattenhall, Chester.

Burwardsley Road has been closed by the Police.
The barn contains approximately 80 tonnes of hay.
Two main water jets are being used to get the fire under control.
A cordon has been set up around the area for safety and the fire crews are working with the owner to remove bales to an adjacent field using a mechanical digger. These bales are then being extinguished by the firefighters.
The barn contains bales, machinery and one LPG gas cylinder, which is being cooled using water.

More information about this incident:
http://www.cheshirefire.gov.uk/news-events/incidents/ongoing-incident-barn-on-fire-in-tattenhall

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