Firefighters Tackle Belfast Blaze

Firefighters have spent the night tackling a large blaze in south Belfast.

A building on University Road was reported to be on fire shortly after 1am this morning, Tuesday 21.

The NI Fire Service deployed over 50 firefighters to tackle the blaze at the three-storey building, with nine appliances and an aerial command unit used at the height of the operation.
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Firefighters continued their efforts throughout Tuesday as the building reignited shortly before 12 noon.

University Road remains closed to traffic.


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