ALBERTA, Canada — Arson investigators are at the scene of a major fire in Edmonton that destroyed eight businesses overnight and caused an estimated $12 million in damage.
District Fire Chief Lorne Corbett says the blaze started in a Bonanza restaurant in a strip mall on 125th Street and 137th Avenue around 1:30 a.m. MT Tuesday after a pickup truck was driven into the front of the restaurant. It's unclear what happened to the driver.
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Ron AndersonThursday, December 27, 2012 7:57:26 AMGlad to see the bus on location. Was most likely used for Rehab especially at -9 degrees.... That's cold! Rehab 276 @ westi-10 fd.