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Café Tasse customers carry on with their lunch conversation, seemingly unconcerned as Salmon Arm Fire Chief Brad Shirley (second firefighter from left) confers with his crew Wednesday afternoon at the front of the Prestige Harbourfront Resort. The hotel was evacuated as firefighters investigated a report of a fire, which wound up being a mechanical issue. - Lachlan Labere photo
Café Tasse customers carry on with their lunch conversation, seemingly unconcerned as Salmon Arm Fire Chief Brad Shirley (second firefighter from left) confers with his crew Wednesday afternoon at the front of the Prestige Harbourfront Resort. The hotel was evacuated as firefighters investigated a report of a fire, which wound up being a mechanical issue.
— image credit: Lachlan Labere photo

Café Tasse customers carry on with their lunch conversation, seemingly unconcerned as Salmon Arm Fire Chief Brad Shirley (second firefighter from left) confers with his crew Wednesday afternoon at the front of the Prestige Harbourfront Resort. The hotel was evacuated as firefighters investigated a report of a fire, which wound up being a mechanical issue.

 

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