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Fire crews spent two hours dealing with ‘accidental’ blaze at Moy business

The fire broke out in the roof space of the business

Firefighters spent just almost two hours tackling a blaze in Moy last night (Monday).

Four crews in total tackled the fire which broke out at business premises on Charlemont Street around 9.30pm.

The crews, two from Dungannon, one from Portadown and another from Armagh spent just under two hours trying to get the situation under control.

A NIFRS spokesperson confirmed to Armagh I that the cause of the blaze was “accidental”.

The incident was dealt with at 11.45pm.

It is understood the fire broke out in the roof space at Sean Cavanagh and Co Chartered Accountants.

It remains unclear how much damage the building endured as a result.

The business moved into the premises earlier this year.

Firefighters tackle a blaze in Moy on Monday night. Photo by Mark Winter
Firefighters tackle a blaze in Moy on Monday night. Photo by Mark Winter
Firefighters tackle a blaze in Moy on Monday night. Photo by Mark Winter
Firefighters tackle a blaze in Moy on Monday night. Photo by Mark Winter
Firefighters tackle a blaze in Moy on Monday night. Photo by Mark Winter
Firefighters tackle a blaze in Moy on Monday night. Photo by Mark Winter
Firefighters tackle a blaze in Moy on Monday night. Photo by Mark Winter
Firefighters tackle a blaze in Moy on Monday night. Photo by Mark Winter

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