A man and woman suffered slight smoke inhalation during a fire at a shed at Eglish on Thursday afternoon.
Firefighters from Dungannon and Armagh station were were tasked to the blaze at Stiloga Road.
The shed contained cylinders and a foam jet and a hosereel jet were used to deal with the fire.
A man and a woman in their fifties suffered slight smoke inhalation during the incident but refused medical treatment.
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