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Evacuees back after harbour fire

Demolition of fishermen's lofts
Unsafe buildings were demolished

People evacuated from their homes after a fire in Newquay were allowed to return on Thursday evening.

Twenty five people were put up in the sports centre after a fire wrecked a shop and four fishermen's lofts at South Quay Hill.

Cornwall Council emergency workers have demolished the fire-damaged buildings after concerns about the safety of the structures.

Access to Newquay harbour remains limited on Friday.



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