Emergency crews have rushed to a large fire near Carew airfield this afternoon.

Large plumes of smoke can be seen pouring from a building, understood to be at a scrap yard.

Western Telegraph:

Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue crews are now at the scene.

A witness said at least five fire appliances are in attendance, along with police and ambulance services. 

A video from the scene shows firefighters pumping water into a large industrial building as huge flames pour out.

The witness said loud bangs can be heard coming from the fire.

There are not believed to be any roads closed as a result of the fire.

Speaking online, another witness said: "I just drove past from Pembroke towards Kilgetty, it looks like the fire is at the back of the airfield where the scrap yard/car dismantlers is.

"Huge flames and black smoke coming out of one of the buildings, Fire engines already there, hope no one is in the building and everyone stays safe."

A fire service spokesman said firefighters left the scene just before 9pm on Saturday and the fire is not being treated as suspicious.