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The police are advising members of the public to avoid a business unit in Hartlepool, after a fire left the building structurally unsafe.
It is likely the Pool and Snooker Centre will be demolished. It took nearly 30 firefighters to put out the blaze, but nobody was injured.
Mobile footage courtesy of Incidents of Teesside
Nearly 30 firefighters battled on Sunday to put out a fire at Hartlepool's Snooker Centre.
Nobody has been hurt, but the insides of four businesses were destroyed.
Roads nearby have been closed, and the building may now be demolished.
Four businesses were affected by a fire at the Hartlepool Snooker Centre overnight.
Aaron Norris & Joe Ingham, owners of Fix 'n Go, said they had lost everything.
A fire has destroyed the premises of four businesses in the centre of Hartlepool, including the town's popular snooker centre. This was how it looked in the early hours of Sunday morning.
Video courtesy of Stephen Pickton.
Firefighters are investigating the damage caused to Hartlepool Pool and Snooker Centre, which was partly destroyed by fire overnight. Fire crews have been on the scene since about 3:30am, when the fire broke out.
The roof of a pool and snooker club in Hartlepool was almost completely destroyed by a fire, which happened early on Sunday morning. The two-storey building, on Green Street, was on fire for several hours.