Wiltshire scrapyard fire: 'Slow process' for crews
Fire crews are still working on a scrapyard blaze in Wiltshire, three days after the initial incident.
A spokesman at Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service said "tremendous progress" was made yesterday but the work was still a "slow process".
Group manager Andrew Hargreaves said one pump and one water cannon was still at the scene and would be for most of the day and possibly the evening.
The blaze destroyed more than 100 scrap cars and some 1,000 tyres.
Firefighters were called to the incident at Swindon Metal Solutions, also known as Rayners Breakers, at Thornhill, near Broad Town, at 15:03 BST on Thursday.
One firefighter from Swindon was taken to hospital suffering from heat exhaustion but he was allowed home on Friday morning.
At its height about 40 firefighters tackled the blaze and smoke could be seen for 25 miles (40km).