Video: Soccer Saturday evacuated due to fire alarm, but Fireman Jeff Stelling saves the day!

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Soccer Saturday viewers found themselves watching a 27 minute loop of a Tony Pulis interview this afternoon after a fire alarm resulted in the evacuation of Sky Sports News HQ Studios!

But Fireman Jeff Stelling returned with an explanation for his absence with three of London’s finest firefighters.

“It was pretty warm in here!,” joked the presenter.

The Soccer Saturday Twitter account alerted viewers to the incident, saying: “Sorry folks, the Soccer Saturday team have had to evacuate the studio following a fire alarm. Jeff is currently trying to put the fire out!”

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