Firefighters extinguish blaze on ANU campus

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A DEMOUNTABLE classroom was set ablaze on the ANU campus this morning (April 30).

At around 7.30 am the building, between Baldessin Precinct Building and the School of Art and Design, caught alight. The cause of the fire is yet to be determined and fire investigators will scour the scene today for the cause and origin of the fire.

Nobody was injured, but the area surrounding the site of the blaze remains closed for the day.

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