Man Hospitalised With Burns After Antrim House Fire

A man has been hospitalised with burn injuries after a blaze at a residential premises in Antrim.

Details of the incident on Dunore Crescent in the town on the morning of Friday 14 December remain unclear.

The PSNI, fire service and ambulance personnel all attended the scene shortly after 7.30am.
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The man, aged in his 20's, was taken to Antrim Area Hospital for treatment.

Police have said their enquiries are continuing.


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