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    St Denys I.T.A wrote:
    Costa Baz wrote:
    Glad everyone is safe.
    Also glad the appliances were able to reach the pub through the narrow roads, with cars parked either side.
    It's bad enough trying to get a car down there some days.
    Totally agree with the above post- saw a fire engine having to reverse up Priory Rd last week as it couldn't get through due to parked cars - makes me mad!! Glad that no one was hurt at the Junction fire.
    The central black and white bollard on horseshoe bridge is a flexible dummy, emergency services or anyone else can drive over it and it springs back up."
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Twenty-five firefighters tackle blaze at Southampton's Junction Inn

Pub blaze drama

Pub blaze drama

First published in Food News

A FIRE ripped through a Hampshire pub last night.

The blaze spread through the Junction Inn in Southampton and around 25 firefighters from across the city were called out.

Nobody was hurt.

The fire at the pub near St Denys train station started just before 7pm and was put out before 9pm by firefighters from St Mary's, Redbridge and Hightown as well as a special equipment unit and an aerial ladder platform.

The crews used eight breathing apparatus, three jets and two hose reels to extinguish the blaze.

The cause of the fire is not yet known.

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