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Five Houses Damaged in Fire
7:25am 2nd April 2012
Families are evacuated after a massive blaze in Constantine.
It took a hundred firefighters four hours to put flames out on Well Lane last night.
It is thought a heating oil tank at a terraced house went up.
Police say five houses were damaged in total, but no-one was hurt.
An investigation has started.
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