Fire at Queen's University's David Keir building

David Keir building The fire was at the David Keir building

There has been a fire at a chemical lab in a Queen's University building.

Four fire appliances tackled the blaze at the David Keir building on the Stranmillis Road, along with a hazardous material vehicle.

The fire has been extinguished. A specialist team assessed the area as chemicals were involved in the fire.

Both the lab and the building have now been reopened.

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