Firefighters were called to a huge fire at Pinewood Studios last night where a warehouse was completely destroyed and other buildings were damaged.

A total of 11 fire engines were on the scene from around 8.30pm as they tackled the enormous blaze in a warehouse which was being used as a commercial workshop at the film studio.

Police and ambulances were also called to the scene in Pinewood Road, Iver, but fortunately no people were harmed in the fire.

Crews from Gerrards Cross, Langley, Slough, Beaconsfield and even further afield were needed to help douse the flames.

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The 75metre by 25metre warehouse was "100 per cent" destroyed, according to firefighters, while the adjacent building was also badly burned.

The fire was brough under control by around 1am this morning, but a few firefighters remained on the scene after then to ensure the fire was fully doused.

Crews used a thermal imaging camera and hose reel jet to search for and damp down hotspots in the wreckage.

The cause of the fire is not yet known, and an investigation is underway to try and determine why it happened.

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