A fire on Saturday afternoon destroyed a home on Sahlstrom Road. Smoke could be seen rising high into the sky as the house was fully engulfed. Fire crews from Castlegar and Ootischenia were on hand to battle the blaze. So far no details on the cause of the blaze have been released.

Destroyed by fire

A fire on Saturday afternoon destroyed a home on Sahlstrom Road.

  • Oct. 30, 2014 10:00 a.m.

 

A fire on Saturday afternoon destroyed a home on Sahlstrom Road. Smoke could be seen rising high into the sky as the house was fully engulfed. Fire crews from Castlegar and Ootischenia were on hand to battle the blaze. So far no details on the cause of the blaze have been released.

 

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