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Cause of Deeside paper factory fire investigated

Emergency services at the factory
The factory was evacuated after the blaze broke out in the paper bales

Firefighters have returned to the scene of a blaze at a paper recycling factory in Flintshire to try and determine its cause.

Nine fire appliances were called to the Parry Evans factory on Deeside Industrial Estate on Tuesday night after 100 bales of paper caught light.

The factory was evacuated and officers worked to prevent heat damage to other buildings.

It is understood the fire was dampened down by the early hours of Wednesday.



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