Police yet to quantify Nata fire outbreak costs

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FRANCISTOWN: Police in Nata have said that they are yet to quantify costs incurred by members of the business community in the village, whose businesses were gravely affected by Sunday’s fire outbreak.

The fire destroyed a lodge, bar, bus stop waiting area and a residential house. 

Nata police station commander superintendent Vincent Pitseetsile said yesterday, "Property owners are working hand in hand with the investigating officer to establish the exact costs of the damage caused by the fire”. 

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