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Two Treated After Falmouth Fire

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7:03am 3rd November 2014

Paramedics have treated two people after a fire in Falmouth.

They breathed in smoke when a blaze broke out in a fridge unit on Discovery Quay on Sunday afternoon.

A spokesperson for Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service said: "Crews tackled a fire in a refrigeration unit in a commercial building, crews used two sets of breathing apparatus, a hosereel and a CO2 extinguisher.

"An ambulance was requested for two casualties suffering from smoke inhalation."

7:03am 3rd November 2014

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