Recycling fire that burned for 2 months now out
At the its peak, 60 firefighters were battling the fire
The Derby Evening Telegraph
DERBYSHIRE, England — A fire which had burned in a Derbyshire village for nearly two months has finally been put out.
Derbyshire Fire and Rescue Service said the blaze, in a huge pile of recycled wood pulp at the old Stanton ironworks site, in Lows Lane, was extinguished yesterday.
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