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Business Premises severely damaged by fire in Ballycastle

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BT Coleraine

A business premises in Ballycastle was severely damaged after a fire broke out at the property on Saturday evening.

A Northern Ireland Fire & Rescue Service spokesperson said:

“Northern Ireland Fire & Rescue Service (NIFRS) received a call at 9:22pm to a report of a fire at a two storey terraced building at the North Street area of Ballycastle on Saturday 7th May

“2 Fire Appliances Ballycastle Fire Station, 2 Fire Appliances from Ballymoney Fire Station and 2 Fire Appliances from Kilrea Fire Station were deployed to the scene. Firefighters wearing breathing apparatus and using hosereel jets dealt with a fire at the premises in the area. All person inside the premises were outside the property upon arrival of Firefighters.

“Northern Ireland Fire & Rescue Service finished at the scene at 11:14pm and the fire is being treated as accidental.”

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