Thirty people evacuate from smokey Kingston building

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THIRTY people evacuated from a smoke-filled building in Kingston today (May 19). 

Firefighters attended the structure fire on 53 Wentworth Avenue at about 11.15am to find a smoke logged room. After investigating they found it was caused by an electrical short.

HAZMAT crews are conducting air ventilation operations and atmospheric monitoring to ensure the area is safe to re-occupy.

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