The Herald kept readers up to date on website
A FLURRY of photos and videos were uploaded onto social networking sites as the garage fire drama unfolded.
The Herald's website, thisisplymouth.co.uk, and Twitter feed were at the centre of action.
Our reporters kept readers bang up to date with the latest situation.
Throughout the night Twitter was constantly updated with scores of dramatic scenes straight from North Hill.
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And The Herald was sent video clips showing the fire at the height of its ferocity.
Roads were closed around the area hours after the fire was brought under control.
But readers were able to keep one step ahead of the traffic jams by checking out our updates throughout the morning.
Follow The Herald newsdesk live news feed on Twitter on @heraldnewslive