This evening, firefighters in Bury are engaged in a battle against a large fire. The fire is believed to have originated in Radcliffe on the evening of Tuesday, May 31, 2022, according to the authorities, who reported seeing enormous clouds of black smoke rising from the scene. According to the authorities, the Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service is currently on the scene of a fire that is taking place on Milltown Street.
They issued a warning that residents in the region should keep their windows and doors closed because the fire is producing a significant plume of smoke and that the fire is producing a large plume of smoke. Several witnesses reportedly saw a big number of fire units racing to the scene of the blaze. Images that were uploaded on social media showed dense smoke clouds that were growing above the city and could be seen from a distance as they expanded. Manchester Metropolitan Area Fire and Rescue Service have been approached for more information.
** Crews battle large blaze at landfill site**
Just after midnight, crews were dispatched to the Pilsworth Road premises to put out a fire that had spread across 500 square feet (50 square meters) and involved household rubbish. According to the Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service (GMFRS), there were dozens of firefighters and 12 fire engines at the site at its peak. It was said that fire crews would be present throughout the day, even though the operation would now only include two fire engines.
Ben Levy, who works with the GMFRS, expressed his satisfaction with the way firemen responded to the emergency. Pilsworth Road in Bury was closed from junction three of the M66 to Moss Hall Road while personnel tried to put out the fire, however, the road is now open again. The fire occurred near the intersection of these two roads. Earlier, residents and employees of surrounding businesses were cautioned to keep their windows and doors shut at all times. In April, firefighters responded to a fire at the Viridor Recycling Centre on Pilsworth Road, which resulted in the declaration of a major incident by the responding crews.
Manchester England – One of the most important cities in England’s northwest, Manchester has a long and illustrious history in the field of industry. The canal system that dates back to the 18th century and is located in the Castlefield conservation area is reminiscent of the city’s days when it was a powerhouse in the textile industry. Visitors can trace this history at the interactive Museum of Science & Industry. The revitalized Salford Quays dockyards are now home to the Lowry cultural center as well as the Imperial War Museum North, both of which were built by Daniel Libeskind.
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