Fire crews have brought two huge blazes in West Yorkshire under control.
But firefighters are still at work at the site of both infernos, which broke out on Sunday.
A blaze which destroyed the Morrisons Rathbone bakery was brought under control early this morning.
Fire crews are still damping down at the scene of the blaze, which gutted around 80% of the 86,000 sq ft building on the Unit 41 industrial estate near Wakefield.
Crews were also damping down at a site housing 25 heavy goods vehicles at Northowram, in Calderdale, which was also which was badly damaged.
About 50 firefighters attended both blazes on Sunday and roads surrounding both sites were closed.
Crews from Huddersfield, Dewsbury, Rastrick and Cleckheaton joined others from all over West Yorkshire in tackling the fires.
West Yorkshire Police said nobody was seriously injured in the fires and neither is being treated as suspicious.
There were spectacular fireballs from the Northowram blaze as tanks of diesel fuel and acetylene cylinders exploded in the blaze.
Police warned people to close their doors and windows because of dense smoke.
Over near Wakefield. residents said they saw burnt bread and debris flying through the air.
Vanessa TwilightDash tweeted: “Everybody was watching for miles. People were screaming “Morrisons is on fire”
“There was flying burnt bread in peoples’ gardens.”
A spokesman for Morrisons said no-one was injured in the blaze at its bakery on the Wakefield 41 Industrial Estate, close to Junction 41 of the M1.
Fire crews are expected to remain at both sites for much of the day.