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Rick Kwasnecha, a fire investigator with Nanaimo Fire Rescue, inspects the burned shell of a camper trailer that caught fire Friday afternoon in the backyard in the 600 block of Nicol Street. It was on the property of a house that has caught fire twice in the past year.   - Rachel Stern photo
Rick Kwasnecha, a fire investigator with Nanaimo Fire Rescue, inspects the burned shell of a camper trailer that caught fire Friday afternoon in the backyard in the 600 block of Nicol Street. It was on the property of a house that has caught fire twice in the past year.
— image credit: Rachel Stern photo
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