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Fire At Pawnee City Subway Restaurant

(KLZA)-- The Subway Restaurant in Pawnee City suffered what was described as considerable smoke and heat damage in a Monday morning fire. 

Firefighters from Pawnee City and Table Rock responded to the fire alarm about 8:40 a.m.  The fire was under control around 9:00 a.m. 

No injuries were reported.  Pawnee City Fireman John Vetrovsky told MSCNEWS the cause of the fire is under investigation by the Nebraska State Fire Marshall’s Office.  

The building housing the Subway restaurant is located at 626, 6th Street on the north side of the Square in Pawnee City.  The Pawnee Progress Group operates the business. 

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