A huge plume of smoke from a fire in Bramley, Leeds, can be seen from Holme Moss.
Firefighters are tackling a blaze at an empty industrial premises in Waterloo Way near Bramley town centre, with reports online that smoke could be seen from Batley and Huddersfield.
The video above shows the fire as seen from a home in Burley, Leeds.
The fire broke out at around 8.45pm, with 10 pumps and two aerial appliances in attendance. The building is 100m by 500m in size.
West Yorkshire Police officers are also at the scene.
Helicopters can be seen circling the site of the blaze and residents have tweeted that a small crowd has gathered to watch the drama unfold.
West Yorkshire's deputy chief fire officer David Walton tweeted a picture with the caption "Tonight's Bramley fire as seen from Holme Moss! @West_Yorks_FRS working hard to extinguish, stay safe guys and girls."
Georgia Nicholson shared this picture of the smoke as seen from Farnley Tyas.
Road closures are currently in place in Waterloo Lane, Town Street in Bramley, Broad Lane and Raynville Road.
In a statement, West Yorkshire Police said the closures were likely to remain in place overnight to allow the fire service to tackle the blaze.
The cause of the fire is not yet known and no injuries have been reported.
There have not been any evacuations of nearby properties, but police said evacuations may be required as the situation develops.
Detective Inspector Phil Jackson, of Leeds District CID, said: "At this time the safety of all those involved is paramount. We're working with partners to minimise disruption and I would like to thank local residents for their co-operation."