Coffee roasters catch fire in Fyshwick

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ACT Fire & Rescue have responded to a fire at a coffee roasters on Whyalla Street
A TWO-storey building on Whyalla Street in Fyshwick was evacuated this morning (September 13) after a fire broke out in a coffee roasting oven. 

The fire, which started at about 8am, was contained to a roasting oven after a fire extinguisher was used on it.

Nobody was injured and no structural damage occurred to the property.

ACT Fire & Rescue are currently doing atmospheric monitoring to ensure the building is safe to return to. Parts of Whyalla Street are closed at this time.

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