Six fire engines visit Donald Hall Road in Brighton

Six fire engines picked up reports of a fire in the city at a block of flats.

The fire is believed to have started around 6.15pm last night in Donald Hall Road, Brighton.

An eyewitness described “a strong smell of burning.”

Six fire engines and two emergency vehicles were deployed.

The Argus: firefighters outside the flatsFirefighters outside the apartments (Image: DefenseImagesUK on Twitter)

East Sussex Fire and Rescue Services said they were called at 6.25pm.

“It turned out to be a false alarm,” said a spokeswoman.

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