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About 100 cars went up in flames during a large fire at a recycling plant.
Emergency services were called at 01:06 GMT to Longridge Road, Preston. Twelve fire engines were sent to the scene.
Residents living nearby were told to keep their windows shut as a huge plume of smoke rose above the scene.
Lancashire Fire and Recue, which brought the blaze under control at 04:00, said there were no casualties and the cause of the fire was being investigated.
A fire service spokesperson said: “Site contractors have assisted with the use of mechanical diggers to create fire breaks.
“Water used to extinguish the fire has been contained on site, preventing pollution of water courses and surface water drainage.
“The smoke plume is much less than it was but residents living nearby are advised to keep windows closed.”
There is some disruption to traffic due to the number of fire engines and hoses laid in the road, the brigade added.
People are advised to stay away from the scene.