Wetherspoons in Brighton were evacuated when the fire engine called

A fire engine took part in an incident in which a downtown pub was evacuated.

In the incident, the Post and Telegraph on North Street, Brighton was evacuated as a fire crew was dealing with an incident in surrounding flats.

Customers were briefly asked to leave the building while the incident was being processed. The operation was quickly classified as a false alarm.

A spokeswoman for East Sussex Fire and Rescue said the incident happened at 5.27pm on Thursday 3 November. A fire crew was dispatched to the scene but was quickly dispatched.

https://www.theargus.co.uk/news/23100069.wetherspoons-brighton-evacuated-fire-engine-called/?ref=rss Wetherspoons in Brighton were evacuated when the fire engine called

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