More than 30 firefighters from Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue tackled a blaze at a recycling centre in Caxton Road, with the fire now out. Crews used jets, including an aerial one, to try and contain the fire, with the Chief Fire Officer, Chris Strickland, attending to check on the teams welfare. Thirteen fire engines helped to put out the blaze, including support from the services Incident Command Unit. Police were also called to the scene around 3pm, before road closures were put in place and the nearby BP garage temporarily shut as a precaution. A passer-by, Chris Cannon, said the smoke was a huge great thing. Traffic delays are now expected around the area, but closures have been lifted on the B1040 and A1123, and in Marley Road and Burrell Road.