Video: Firefighters in attendance at Co Down derelict building fire

Firefighters from the Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service are currently in attendance at a fire in a derelict house in Bangor.

he incident is reported to have started at around 4pm and crews are currently tackling the blaze using an aerial appliance.

It is understood the blaze on Prospect Road happened at a property which has been derelict for around 12 years.

NIFRS has been contacted for a response.

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