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Two people injured due to the fire in “Liberty Bank” central office
17:45 28.09.2012
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Two employees were injured due to the fire occurred in the building of “Liberty bank” bank central office. According to reports, glass debris fell on one of them and the other have intoxication developed due to the smoke.      
Both of them were taken by the ambulance to the hospital. Their condition is stable for now.  
We will recall you that few minutes ago fire broke out in the main office of “Liberty Bank” on Chavchavadze Avenue, in Vake. Rescuers are still trying to extinguish the fire.  
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