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Crews tackle blaze at house; INBRIEF.

FIREFIGHTERS tackled a fire at a disused property in South Bank The blaze happened at 11pm yesterday and caused severe damage to the house in Oliver Street, resulting in fire crews having to remove its roof. It's the latest of a number of fires which have been started in disused houses in Oliver Street. Mark Poulsen, crew manager at Grangetown Fire Station, said: "We believe the house was set alight deliberately. We have had to deal with a number of fires like this in Oliver Street. It is a row of terraced houses which are due to be demolished, so most are derelict. However some people do live opposite and further up the street. It is such a shame for them that this is happening."
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Publication:Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)
Date:Oct 5, 2010
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