01/11/2013

Fire At Co Tyrone Factory

A blaze has broken out at a plastics factory at Benburb, Co Tyrone.

The alarm was raised shortly before 10.45pm on Thursday night.

Some 40 firefighters attended the scene with appliances from Armagh, Dungannon and Portadown.

In a statement, the NI Fire and Rescue Service said: "Three main jets were in use to extinguish the blaze in the building which was being used for industrial manufacturing involving plastics."

There are no further details about the incident.

(JP/CD)

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