|Three youths arrested over huge Bramley fire visible across Leeds|
Three youths arrested over huge Bramley fire visible across Leeds
The trio are being questioned over the blaze at Waterloo Lane, Bramley which broke out at around 8.40pm on bank holiday Monday.
Ten pumps, two aerial appliances and support units were called to deal with the fire on Waterloo Lane, in Bramley.
Four pumps from from Fairweather Green, Hunslet, Moortown and Killingbeck and one aerial appliance from Leeds are still at the scene damping down.
The single storey building has partially collapsed and Waterloo Lane, Waterloo Way and Raynville Road are expected to remain closed for much of today.
No injuries have been reported.
Firefighters from 22 stations across West Yorkshire were called in to bring the fire under control along with specialist officers from across the brigade.
The cause of the fire is not yet known.
Detective Inspector Phil Jackson, of Leeds District CID, said: “We’re working with partners to minimise disruption and I would like to thank local residents for their co-operation.”
Plumes of smoke could be seen across the city and from the M62 motorway.