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Fire claims Alaska RV repair center

(Jan. 2, 2017) -- Crews battled the fire all night Friday, but were unable to save the 100 feet by 60 feet structure which was leased by the Alaska RV Center for use as a shop, the Newsminer reported.

FAIRBANKS, Alaska — Crews battled the fire all night Friday, but were unable to save the 100 feet by 60 feet structure which was leased by the Alaska RV Center for use as a shop, the Newsminer reported.

“It was 100 percent filled with heavy smoke on all sides and there was heavy fire on the left side of the building,” University Fire Battalion Chief Greg Coon Coon told the paper. “It was a huge fire by the time we got there.”

Alaska RV Center owner Larry Ray said he leases the building and rents out the back section to a man who owns a pilot car business.

Check out the full story in the Newsminer.

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