FIRE CREWS from Bradford, Odsal and Cleckheaton have all been involved in dealing with the massive fire at Speedibake in Wakefield.

West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue still have eight pumps and two aerial appliances in attendance at the incident.

The fire was reported to be under control at 11.30 today.

Crews have set up a water relay to feed the two aerial appliances which are currently been used.

It was confirmed last night that no asbestos was present in the section of the building involved in fire, therefore there was no asbestos present in the smoke plume.

As a precautionary measure local people were advised to remain indoors and keep windows and a doors closed.

The fire service estimated that crews would be in attendance for the next 24 hours at least.

The public were asked to avoid the area to allow emergency services to deal with the incident.

Wakefield Council said all roads apart from Chald Lane, part of Colinsway and the bottom of Westgate were now open.

They are hoping that Westgate will re-open later this afternoon. Chald Lane and part of Colinsway will remain closed for the foreseeable future.

West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service said Westgate Retail Park was open as usual with the exception of Mecca Bingo which was to remain closed today.