Scores of Isle of Wight firefighters remain at the scene of a barn and tractor fire at Ashey.

Jets and hoses, along with with firefighters wearing sets of breathing apparatus, are being used to tackle the incident.

A specialist unit is now moving burned hay and straw.

Road closures remain in place, including at Ashey Road, to ensure crews and their vehicles can access the site.

Around 40 crew members from across the Island were called to Green Farm Lane on Ashey Road, where fire broke out at about 11.45am.

They were met by smoke and flames coming out of the roof of the barn.

A trailer loaded with hay bales has also been caught up in the blaze.

Engines from Ryde, Newport, Sandown, Ventnor and Cowes attended, along with support vehicles from East Cowes and Freshwater.

A command unit from Portchester was brought from Hampshire, along with crews from Southsea and St Mary’s, who are on standby at stations to provide fire cover.

Hampshire Constabulary confirmed road closures at Green Lane, East Ashey Lane, Smallbrook Lane and Deacons Lane.

The force said earlier that the matter was not being treated as suspicious and it has been confirmed that no-one has been hurt.