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Restaurant badly damaged by fire

Yim Wah fire
The fire took hold in the roof and caused extensive damage.

Fifty firefighters tackled a blaze which severely damaged a Chinese restaurant in Cambridgeshire.

Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service said the roof of the Yim Wah restaurant in Caxton Gibbet had been "destroyed".

The first floor was also badly damaged. Seven fire crews and other support vehicles attended.

A fire service spokeswoman said a section of Ermine Street near the restaurant was closed while firefighters controlled the fire.

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