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Derelict building fire in Preston city centre sees man treated by paramedics

Posted on - 25th November, 2017 - 7:04pm | Author - | Posted in - Crime, Preston City Centre, Preston News
Crews were out in Manchester Road during Saturday Pic: Google
Crews were out in Manchester Road during Saturday Pic: Google

A man was rescued from a building near Preston city centre during Saturday afternoon.

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A fire broke out in a three storey derelict building in Manchester Road shortly after 2pm.

Four crews from Preston, Fulwood, Bamber Bridge and Penwortham were deployed to the fire.

Crews took a man to safety and he was treated by paramedics.

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No cause for the fire has been given and it is under investigation.

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