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15 Aug 2018 8:19
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  •   Home > News > Accident and Emergency

    A suspicious fire at a school on Auckland's North Shore has been put out

    A suspicious fire at a school on Auckland's North Shore has been put out

    One fire truck is staying on scene at Birkenhead College, where a sports field changing shed was set alight sometime before eight o'clock this evening.

    A Fire and Emergency spokesperson says the burnt-out building is well away from the school, in a sports field.

    A fire investigator has finished examining the scene.

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