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Arson attack suspected after Truro Cattle Market fire

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  • November 24, 2010
A suspected arson attack is being investigated after a fire at a cattle market in Cornwall. Fire crews were called to the Truro Cattle Market on Newquay Road about 2230 GMT on Tuesday. They found a rubbish pile alight in a corner of the single-storey...

Nottingham shopping district closed by shop fire

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  • November 24, 2010
A busy shopping area in Nottingham has been closed off after a fire hit a five-storey building. About 35 firefighters were called to the blaze at the new Costa Coffee shop in Listergate just before 0930 GMT. The fire service said 20% of the building ...

Man killed in living room blaze in Market Drayton

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  • November 24, 2010
A man has been found dead after a fire broke out at a house in Shropshire. Emergency crews were called to the property at The Meadows, Hodnet, Market Drayton, at about 1230 GMT on Tuesday after a neighbour heard a smoke alarm. The fire broke out in t...

Dumfries and Galloway fire brigade cuts taken forward

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  • November 24, 2010
A priority list has been endorsed to cut fire service spending in Dumfries and Galloway by more than £700,000. The options have been set in order of impact with the least damaging, a management restructure, at the top. The least favoured proposa...

Lorry fire partly closes M5 in Worcestershire

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  • November 24, 2010
A motorway was partly closed after a lorry caught fire. The northbound M5 in Worcestershire was shut between junctions 4A and four. The link road from the M42 southbound to the M5 was also closed. A large lorry caught fire and several fire engines we...

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