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Regional firefighters busy Sunday

Vernon fire inspector Dean Wakefield investigates the remains of an empty commercial building off Kalamalka Lake Road Monday after a fire broke out Sunday evening. - Jennifer Smith/Morning Star
Vernon fire inspector Dean Wakefield investigates the remains of an empty commercial building off Kalamalka Lake Road Monday after a fire broke out Sunday evening.
— image credit: Jennifer Smith/Morning Star

Two fires kept regional firefighters busy Sunday night.

In Vernon, an abandoned commercial building caught fire around 11:15 p.m. on Kalamalka Lake Road.

In Lumby, an industrial shop on Shuswap Avenue was damaged by fire.

See Wednesday's issue of The Morning Star for full details.

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