An investigation is underway following a fire in Oliver, British Columbia on Sunday morning.
The fire department was called to a fire near Station Street and Co-Op Street around 2am. Crews found the building engulfed in flames.
“Crews acted quickly to extinguish the fire. By the time crews arrived, the building was a total loss,” read the press release from Oliver’s fire department.
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According to firefighters, the building was a “former garage or workshop” located on farmland adjacent to the flea market and food bank.
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There were 17 firefighters and five trucks at the scene for more than two hours.
No one was injured in the fire.
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