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Huge blaze raged at disused store

Fire engine
More than 20 firefighters attended the blaze

A fire investigation is to be launched into the cause of a huge blaze at a derelict store which raged for nearly seven hours in Edinburgh.

More than 20 firefighters fought to douse flames which were licking through the roof of the disused store in the Longstone area of the city.

The blaze started at about 2130 BST on Wednesday.

Firefighters were still dampening down the scene in Inglis Green Road on Thursday morning.

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