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27 Oct 2021 14:41
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  •   Home > News > Accident and Emergency

    Firefighters are damping down at a transport yard in Southland after a lunchroom fire

    Firefighters are damping down at a transport yard in Southland after a lunchroom fire


    Fire and Emergency were called to Cardigan Road in Wyndham just before 5.30am.

    A Southern communications spokesman says two crews were sent there and saw smoke coming out of the windows when they arrived.

    He says the fire's out, no one was inside at the time and no injuries were reported.

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