Road closures remain in place around Khushi's Indian Restaurant in Dunfermline following Friday evening's fire which caused extensive damage to the building.

The crossroads where Canmore Street, St Margaret's Street, Abbot Street and Guildhall Street meet is blocked off to pedestrians and traffic.

And Dunfermline Carnegie Library and Galleries, situated across the road from the fire-damaged restaurant, is closed again today (Sunday, April 23).

Dunfermline Press: Assessors were looking at the fire-damaged building this morning.Assessors were looking at the fire-damaged building this morning. (Image: NQ Staff)

OnFife, who operate the library and galleries, issued a statement saying: "Due to ongoing survey works of Khushi's, and the cordon around the building, we have been advised to remain closed today. We are sorry for the inconvenience and will update you as soon as we have any more information."

Yesterday, Riaz Mohammed, owner of Khushi's, confirmed that the restaurant would be closed until further notice after the "tragedy", adding that the building had been "severely damaged". 

Dunfermline Press: Roads around the restaurant are cordoned off.Roads around the restaurant are cordoned off. (Image: NQ Staff)

He also praised and thanked the firefighters and emergency service personnel who "bravely extinguished the fire and ensured everyone's safety during the incident".

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Crews remained at the scene yesterday (Saturday), carrying out dampening down work to prevent the fire from reigniting.

The extent of the damage is now clearly visible, with the top of the building all but completely destroyed.

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