Seven Fire Crews from Royal Berkshire Fire and rescue have tackled a fire that broke out at a business Park in Berkshire this morning.
Fire crews have battled a large blaze at a business park in Swan Lane Sandhurst.
Some 50 firefighters were dispatched from Sandhurst, Wokingham Road and Bracknell a further appliance from Yatley was also sent to support the crews from Berkshire
to the Lakeside Business Park, off Swan Lane at around 7.30am on Saturday morning.
Crews had to smash their way into the business unit to tackle the fire.
Owners of the business APB CNC who Manufacture X-Ray Apparatus and Supplies have spent the morning trying to save their business. A man who claimed to be the brother of Adam Busby said the fire broke through the roof of a business with dark smoke billowing into the air. He went on to say “It is believed that fire broke out after one of the machine caught fire. When I arrived this morning the road was full of fire engines with smoke everywhere. The fire has damaged the building and smoke damage has damaged other parts of the building.
Six fire fighters in breathing apparatus entered the building and used 3 jets and two hose reels to tackle the blaze.
Thames Valley Police closed some roads around the area at time of the incident.
No one is believed to have been hurt in the incident.