Penticton firefighters responded to a container fire behind Value Village on Friday afternoon.

Penticton firefighters douse container fire

Firefighters responded to a container fire behind Value Village in Penticton on Friday afternoon.

Burnt pieces of paper floated in the air in the parking lot behind Value Village on Friday afternoon as firefighters doused a fire that was burning in a container in the back parking lot of the retail outlet.

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