Crews tackle huge fire at Nottingham train station
Firefighters are tackling a huge blaze at Nottingham railway station.
Eight fire crews are at the city centre station after the fire broke out at about 06:30 GMT.
Flames have been seen and smoke has filled the station’s foyer. The building has been evacuated and trains have been stopped from entering and leaving all platforms.
A cordon has been put in place outside the building and around Carrington Street.
Eyewitness Sarah McMullan said she saw smoke coming from a toilet at the station’s car-park.
“You don’t think much of it when there’s a little bit of smoke and police already there, but then we were evacuated,” she said.
“It was pretty frightening to see how quickly a fire can grow. You can see billowing smoke and flames above the roof on the far side.”
Dr Remigius Llione, 49, said: “I drove into the car park and I could already hear the fire alarm.
“The smoke was so thick that you could not see in front of you.”
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