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    Fire investigators are at the scene of a blaze at a commercial property on Auckland's North Shore, which has gone up in flames two days in a row

    Fire investigators are at the scene of a blaze at a commercial property on Auckland's North Shore, which has gone up in flames two days in a row


    Seven crews were called to the two storey, 20 by 30 metre building on Porana Road, Hillcrest, just after 3am.

    It was well alight when they arrived but just two crews remain on scene, in case of flare-ups.

    Fire and Emergency shift manager Craig Dally says they were called to the same industrial premises yesterday about 10.30am.

    He says police were called but he's not sure if the fire's being treated as suspicious at this stage.

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