Walls come down as fire investigation wraps up

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  • (Photo by MARY MALONE) Crews took down some of the walls of the burned downtown buildings on Thursday as fire inspectors wrap up their investigation into the cause of the Feb. 11 fire that destroyed two historic buildings that housed five local businesses. First Avenue will remain closed today as the work continues.

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    (Photo by MARY MALONE) Crews took down some of the walls of the burned downtown buildings on Thursday as fire inspectors wrap up their investigation into the cause of the Feb. 11 fire that destroyed two historic buildings that housed five local businesses. First Avenue will remain closed today as the work continues.

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    (Photo by MARY MALONE) Crews took down some of the walls of the burned downtown buildings on Thursday as fire inspectors wrap up their investigation into the cause of the Feb. 11 fire that destroyed two historic buildings that housed five local businesses. First Avenue will remain closed today as the work continues.

  • (Photo by MARY MALONE) Crews took down some of the walls of the burned downtown buildings on Thursday as fire inspectors wrap up their investigation into the cause of the Feb. 11 fire that destroyed two historic buildings that housed five local businesses. First Avenue will remain closed today as the work continues.

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    (Photo by MARY MALONE) Crews took down some of the walls of the burned downtown buildings on Thursday as fire inspectors wrap up their investigation into the cause of the Feb. 11 fire that destroyed two historic buildings that housed five local businesses. First Avenue will remain closed today as the work continues.

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    (Photo by MARY MALONE) Crews took down some of the walls of the burned downtown buildings on Thursday as fire inspectors wrap up their investigation into the cause of the Feb. 11 fire that destroyed two historic buildings that housed five local businesses. First Avenue will remain closed today as the work continues.

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