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Two Homes Damaged In South Belfast Blaze

Two homes have been damaged in a blaze in south Belfast.

The fire is believed to have broke out in the attic of a property on the Upper Lisburn Road just after 11.15am on Wednesday.

The fire also spread to the house next door.

Extensive damage was caused to both houses, however their was no one inside either of the houses at the time of the incident.

The cause of the fire is currently under investigation.


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