A novel 70-year-old constructing in downtown Prince George, B.C., was destroyed by fire on Sunday.
Firefighters try to find out what prompted the blaze on the business constructing on Brunswick Street.
The Prince George Fire Rescue Service mentioned in an announcement that firefighters have been alerted to the fire simply after 6 a.m. PT and it took hours to place it out.
The constructing, which was empty on the time of the fire, was fully destroyed, in accordance with the discharge. No close by buildings have been broken. The fire division estimates the constructing is valued at $2 million.
Records with B.C. Assessment say the constructing on the greater than 8,000-square-foot property was constructed in 1949, and has not been bought in the previous three years.
The constructing, constructed in 1949, had been used as a bar and brewery in the previous. It was most just lately an actual property workplace.
There have been no accidents from the fire, in accordance with the fire division.