Fire in Golden Cross Arcade closes part of Cornmarket Street

Fire in Covered Market closes part of Cornmarket Street

Fire in Covered Market closes part of Cornmarket Street

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A fire at Holland and Barratt in Golden Cross Arcade has left part of Cornmarket Street closed.

Five fire angines are at the scene and part of the High Street end of Cornmarket Street from McDonald's  has been taped off by police.

A spokeswoman for the fire service said: “All we know at the moment is that it [the fire] is in the refrigeration units at Holland and Barrett, we believe.

“Five fire engines have been dispatched to the scene.”

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7:05pm Sun 24 Aug 14

AlumniDatabaseGuy says...

OMG! the porkless pies... :-(
OMG! the porkless pies... :-( AlumniDatabaseGuy
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10:11am Tue 26 Aug 14

sablond oxford says...

whats a "fire angines"? i know you're trying to report things quickly but a quick proof read wouldn't go amiss!
whats a "fire angines"? i know you're trying to report things quickly but a quick proof read wouldn't go amiss! sablond oxford
  • Score: -4
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