Fire breaks out in derelict building in Hampshire town

MORE than 50 firefighters battled a blaze at a derelict building in a Hampshire town tonight.

The fire broke out shortly before 5.30pm at a disused property in Grange Lane, Gosport.

Seven fire engines and crews from Gosport, Fareham, Portchester and Cosham fire stations tackled the flames and drafted in an aerial ladder platform to help with the operation.

The fire was dealt with by 8pmm but three crews remanined to dampen down the building.

Noone was hurt and neighbours were able to remain in their homes.

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7:11pm Sun 29 Dec 13

cantthinkofone says...

Firefigthers?

Santa still didn't bring the DE a spellcheck function for Christmas then.
Firefigthers? Santa still didn't bring the DE a spellcheck function for Christmas then. cantthinkofone

8:10pm Sun 29 Dec 13

S Pance says...

u..and whats the betting developers will now build a hige block of flats now that this 'problem' has been dealt with?
u..and whats the betting developers will now build a hige block of flats now that this 'problem' has been dealt with? S Pance

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