A FIRE at a Wrexham industrial estate has caused thousands of pounds worth of damage.
An investigation is now being launched into the cause of the blaze, at Malpas Tractors, Wrexham Industrial Estate, Clywedog Road, on Saturday.
The fire was first spotted from the air by the North Wales Police helicopter, which was in the vicinity of the industrial estate, at about 8.20pm.
The police and North Wales Fire and Rescue Service were alerted.
Three pumps from Wrexham and a pump from Johnstown attended the scene, along with an aerial ladder platform from Wrexham.
Crews used three main jets, two hose reel jets, four sets of breathing apparatus, portable lighting units and two thermal imaging cameras to put out the blaze.
Police officers closed the roads near the scene.
The fire was brought under control just after 9.35pm, but fire crews remained at the scene dampening down well into Sunday morning.
Nobody was injured but thousands of pounds worth of damage was caused to six tractors and one baler machine on the site, which were gutted when the fire tore through the storage unit they were housed in.
A spokeswoman for the fire service said 20% fire damage and heat damage was caused by the incident.
The fire also caused to damage to the adjacent building, which belongs to Signature Kitchen.
A joint investigation between the North Wales Fire and Rescue Service and North Wales Police is now underway.
Malpas Tractors is an agricultural machinery business trading in North Wales and the north west of England.