Large fire at storage facility sees 100 firefighters scramble to save building

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A huge fire at a storage facility has seen 100 firefighters rush to save a building in 'challenging conditions'.

The blaze began at around 2am on Saturday morning at Armadillo self-storage in Cheadle, Greater Manchester.

Local residents were told to close their doors and windows as the fire raged on through the night.

Crews from stations around Greater Manchester Fire Service have been deployed to the serious incident on the Stanley Green Omdistrial Estate, Cheadle and the situation is ongoing, according to Manchester Evening News.

They tweeted at 3:38am: " Firefighters are also responding to a separate incident on Greek Street in Stockport.

"Eight fire engines are currently in attendance. Please avoid the area and keep your doors and windows shut"

Poynton Fire Station, located near the incident, also tweeted: "Crews remain at the scene of the incident on Stanley Green industrial estate. Crews are experiencing challenging conditions and extreme temperatures whilst trying to bring the blaze under control."

The fire station uploaded a photograph of a uniformed fireman using a water hose on the open shutters of the facility.

A second image depicted the commercial property glowing red from flames against the night sky as smoke rose upwards from the top of the building.

Another picture shared by a user on social media displayed a view of the fire from Wilmslow 5 miles away, with a large smoke plume seen drifting to the left of the storage centre.

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