Fire Crews Extinguish Large Blaze In Ballymoney

The Northern Ireland Fire & Rescue Service (NIFRS) is tackling a large blaze which broke out at a tyre depot in Ballymoney.

Motorists are being advised to avoid the area after huge plumes of smoke were coming from the premises at Rodeing Foot.

Residents are also being urged to keep their doors and windows closed while fire crews continue to work at the scene.
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A spokesperson from the NIFRS said: "Firefighters wearing breathing apparatus used five jets to extinguish the fire.

"The fire is now extinguished and crews are damping down the area."

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