Early-morning fire causes $45,000 damage

An early-morning fire Sunday at a downtown storage facility caused about $45,000.

Prince George Fire Rescue responded to the call at about 5:15 a.m. and saw smoke and flames coming from the building in the 300 block of Third Avenue.

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Nineteen firefighters from four halls were dispatched to the fire, which was quickly extinguished. There were no injuries.

A man at the scene of the fire said the building had been rented to a man who allowed others to spend the night there. Several people were seen near the building with their belongings, long after the fire crews had left the scene.

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