Fire engines were called to Yang Sing on Princess Street in Manchester City centre on Sunday morning after a blaze broke out in the restaurant kitchen.
A total of 6 fire engines attended the blaze with fire fighters working to put out the flames until around 2pm when it was confirmed the flames have been put out.
I’m at Princess St in the city centre where a police scene remains in place following reports of a shooting last night. The fire brigade is here and are sending water onto the top of the Yang Sing building. I’ve no idea how this is connected at the moment. @MENnewsdesk pic.twitter.com/FszJ7RoA6V
— Steve Robson (@SteveRobson04) February 28, 2021
MEN reported that the blaze is actually in the kitchen’s duct system, this is now being tackled by an aerial appliance, with water being pumped into the building from above.
There has been no information yet regarding potential injuries and North West Ambulance Service is on the scene.
According to a statement form Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue service, “the incident is scaling down.”
They confirmed that as of 2pm, there are no more signs of fire present.
The incident in Manchester City centre has potentially caused road closures so make sure to keep that in mind before any travel this evening.