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Jan 26, 2015

I have tables Companies, CompaniesDetails (the company branches), Addresses and Companies_Addresses.

The addresses table contain street and city while the Companies_Addresses has the keys for both companies and branches ,i.e., they are linked to Companies and CompaniesDetails via CompanyID and CompanyDetailID and to Addresses via addressID.

Companies_Addresses
id (PK)
companyID (FK)
companyDetailID (FK)
addressID (FK)

I am able to get the branch address at the moment with this code but I would like to get the company address as well using a single select statement.

Code:
SELECT DISTINCTAddresses.city as branchCity, Addresses.street as branchStreet
FROMCompanies
LEFT JOINCompaniesDetails AS cd ON companies.companyID = cd.companyID

LEFT JOINCompanies_Addresses AS c ON c.companyDetailID = cd.companyDetailID
LEFT JOINAddresses ON c.addressID = Addresses.addressID

WHERE Companies.name LIKE 'abc'
ANDCompanies.status_indicator like 'Current'

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2015-01-01
2015-01-02
2015-01-03 
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2015-01-03
Tom
2015-01-04
David
2015-01-04
John
2015-01-08
Mary
2015-01-012

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2015-01-02
2015-1-03
Tom
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2015-01-04
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2015-01-05
2015-01-06
2015-01-07
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| | | | | |
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|________________| |_______________|
_______________ ________________ _______________
| | | | | |
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|________________| |_______________|
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LinkName varchar(50)
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SELECT
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LinkCategory,
LinkStatus,
LinkName
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