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Penzance Fire Rescue
8:46am 15th August 2014
A woman has been pulled from a burning building in Penzance after a fire at a fish and chip shop and flats.
She was treated by paramedics after the blaze on Adelaide Street.
Crews from the St Just to Camborne were scrambled to the Seaview on Thursday night.
Police have launched an investigation.
Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service has released the following information:
'Crews from Penzance, St Just, St Ives, Camborne, and Helston are dealing with a fire in an end terraced fish and chip shop and residential flat accomadation.
Crews tackled the fire using 4 sets of breathing apparatus, a hosereel and 2 jets.
The fire service rescued a female who is now in the hands of the Ambulance.
Police are also on scene.'
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