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FIRE IN A TUNNEL. I

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FIRE IN A TUNNEL. I A fire broke out in the tunnel adjacent to the Central Station, Liverpool, on Sunday afternoon. It was found that a number of barrels containing naphtha, which were stored in the tunnel, had caught fire, and the smoke and fumes were so dense that the city fire brigade experienced diffi- culty in coping with the outbreak. A long length of hose was run out from St. James's station, and eventually the flames were subdued. Traffic was temporarily suspended, and a platelayer named Wynne was removed to the hospital half suffocated. The damage was not great.

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