Crews Called To Tackle Belfast Fire

Firefighters have been called to tackle a fire at a building in Belfast city centre.

The fire is reported to have started at a property in Adelaide Street, shortly before 1.45pm on Friday.
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It is thought the blaze was in the roof space of the building, between the second and third floor.

No injuries have been reported.

Crews remain at the scene.


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