Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service says a fire which broke out in thousands of tonnes of scrap metal at Southampton Docks is now under control.
Crews from St Mary's, Redbridge, Eastleigh, Gosport, Cosham, Botley and Southsea were amongst those called to deal with a blaze on board a vessel last night (Saturday 4th May).
They're expected to be working at the scene throughout the day.
Lots of people took to social media to share their worries about what was happening, when the fire broke out last night.
These updates have been posted by Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service on social media, as the incident continues to be dealt with.
Fire in #SouthamptonDocks - fire involving approx 7000 tonnes of scrap on vessel alongside - crews from @StMarys54 @Redbridge53 @Eastleigh32 @Gosport18 @HFRSCommandUnit @Cosham23 @Botley38 @Southsea24 in attendance.— Hants Fire Control (@hfrs_control) May 4, 2019
#SouthamptonDocks fire is contained and under control thanks to crews working throughout the night @hfrs_control @StMarys54 @Redbridge53 @Eastleigh32 @Gosport18 @Cosham23 @Botley38 @Southsea24 @HFRSCommandUnit with the ships master.— Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service (@Hants_fire) May 5, 2019