Shocking image shows aftermath after side of building collapses in north Belfast
The Antrim Road has been closed following the incident
A building wall has collapsed in north Belfast.
The incident occurred on Thursday in the Limestone Road area.
The PSNI, NIAS and NIFRS are all in attendance.
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A spokesperson for the PSNI said: “Motorists are advised that the Antrim Road is closed in both directions between the Cavehill Road and Limestone Road due to a collapse of a building wall. Please seek alternative routes for your journey.”
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