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Saskatoon firefighters put out fire at Sutherland restaurant

Saskatoon firefighters said smoke was coming from the building and roof of the Sutherland restaurant when they arrived. Saskatoon Fire Department / Supplied

Improper storage of boxes and paper was the cause of a fire at a restaurant in Sutherland.

The Saskatoon Fire Department was alerted smoke was coming from Donair & Pizza Palace at roughly 11:20 p.m. Tuesday.

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Firefighters said smoke was coming from the building and roof of the restaurant located at the north end of a strip mall at 1418 Central Ave. when they arrived.

Crews said they started a quick offensive attack once they located the fire and put it out.

A fire investigator determined boxes and paper were ignited by the mechanical components of a heater on top of a walk-in cooler.

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No injuries were reported.

Damage is estimated at $80,000.

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