10 Business Places Destroyed by Fire in Kingston
Ten business places were reportedly destroyed by a fire on King Street in Down Town, Kingston yesterday morning.
While speaking with Nationwide, Inspector Rema Allwood of the Kingston Central Police said the blaze erupted at approximately 8:15 am.
She stated that the property that was engulfed by the fire housed businesses that provided a wide array of offerings including electronic repairs, a restaurant, wholesale and liquor store, among others.
Five fire units and the rains helped to fight the blaze.
There are no reports of injuries.
See footage of the blaze via The Observer:
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