Blaze at Mater Hospital in Belfast brought under control

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By Hannah Spratt

A blaze at the Mater Hospital in north Belfast has been brought under control.

Five fire engines and 30 personel attended the scene this evening.

Phil Burch is a station commander with the Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service:

A spokesperson for the Belfast Trust said:

"We can confirm the NIFRS attended an incident in the Mater Hospital. No patients were evacuated although relatives were as a precautionary measure."

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