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Emergency services called to a fire in top floor flat in Nairn


By Louise Glen

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Two fire engines were attendance at a house fire at a top floor flat in Nairn this afternoon.

Scottish Fire and Rescue Service crews were called to the home in Merryton Crescent, Nairn at 3.05pm, where the fire was extinguished.

Officers then made checks at neighbouring homes to make sure that there was no further damage or spread of the blaze to other properties.

A spokeswoman for Scottish Fire and Rescue Service said: "We have been in attendance at a fire in Merryton Crescent in Nairn.

"We were called at 3.05pm, two appliances were in attendance.

"We received a stop message at 3.30pm. The fire was in a top floor flat and firefighters are now making checks in neighbouring properties to make sure there are was no spread of the fire to other households."

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