30/06/2016

Man Treated For Shock Following House Fire In Co Antrim

A man is being treated for shock following a fire at a house in Co Antrim.

The blaze started shortly before noon today, 30 June, at a bungalow in Crumlin.

The fire spread to a nearby oil tank and a number of residents have been evacuated from their homes.
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The Manse Road remains closed in both directions and motorists are being urged to seek an alternative route.

(CD)

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