Fire in Belfast Cathedral Quarter extinguished quickly by fire services​

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Belfast City Centre

Firefighters were on hand to quickly put out a fire that broke out in the city centre of Belfast, Northern Ireland, that took place on the 17th November.
In addition to three fire appliances, an aerial appliance also weighed in with support for the blaze that took place at Exchange Place, which is located in the Cathedral Quarter.
Earlier on in the day, Northern Irish police were advising motorists in the region to avoid the North Street, Donegall Street and Waring Street as those areas were heavily impacted by thick smoke.
Fire services believe that the fire itself took place in a derelict building.

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