Yorkshire fire: Huge blaze at plastics factory near Hull sends smoke miles into the air.

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A massive fire has broken out at a plastics factory near Hull sending large plumes of smoke miles into the air.

Emergency services have warned residents to keep their doors and windows closed as they respond to the incident believed to be at the Bridgewood Plastics factory on an industrial estate in Hessle, East Yorkshire.

Humberside Fire and Rescue said they were in attendance and added: ‘Please avoid the Priory Way to A63 area and be mindful there is a large amount of smoke in the area and surrounding roads.’

Locals have reported hearing loud bangs and one resident said coal had landed in their garden as Humberside Police also warned members of the public to avoid the area.

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