A huge blaze at a barn containing 300 tonnes of hay continues to burn this afternoon.
Firefighters are still tackling the large agricultural blaze at a farm in Baddesley Clinton after being first called to the scene this morning (September 8).
The call was received at around 9.22am and on arrival a barn containing 300 tonnes of hay was found ablaze.
Firefighters from Henley, Kenilworth, Leamington and Coleshill stations were sent to the scene in an attempt to put out the blaze.
Currently, it is unknown what started the fire.
Local residents whose properties are being affected by smoke have been asked to keep their windows and doors closed while the flames are reduced.
“The fire involves a barn with around 300 tonnes of hay.
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“Firefighters are working to tackle the fire, but residents of local properties affected by the smoke are advised to keep their windows and doors closed.”
A spokesman for Warwickshire Fire and Rescue Service said: “We received a call at 9.22am this morning to report a fire at a farm at Baddesley Clinton.
“Two appliances have attended the scene. The cause of the fire is not yet known.”