Fire destroys central Durban building

2017-12-27 09:19
A fire has ravaged a building in central Durban. (Rescue Care)

A fire has ravaged a building in central Durban. (Rescue Care)

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Durban - A fire which broke out in the early hours of Wednesday morning has ravaged a building in central Durban, paramedics said.

"Rescue Care paramedics, together with [the] Durban Fire Department were called to the fire just after 03:00," operations director Garrith Jamieson said in a statement.

"On arrival, paramedics found the building well alight."

No injuries were reported at the site of the fire.

The building, which housed a business, is located on the corner of Anton Lembede and Cato streets.

The blaze was contained by the fire department.

An investigation into the cause of the fire is under way.

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