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Fire at Nassau Police Headquarters
By The Bahamas Weekly News Team
Mar 6, 2013 - 2:55:43 PM

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Nassau, Bahamas - A
fire erupted today at Police Headquarters on East Street in Nassau just after 2 pm.

We have been told the fire has been contained. The source of the fire of a building on the compound is still unknown.


As soon as further details are provided, they will be posted here.



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The Fire Department on the scene of the fire at a building on the compound of Police Headquarters in Nassau.



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The Fire Department on the scene of the fire at a building on the compound of Police Headquarters in Nassau.



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White smoke billows out of a building on the compound at Police Headquarters today in Nassau



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Black smoke billows out of a building on the compound at Police Headquarters today in Nassau



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