A storage shed at the sports fields across from Echo Centre goes up in flames. Emergency vehicles are still at the site dealing with the fire. (Dec. 30

Sports structure goes up in flames across from Echo Centre

A building in the sports fields across from Port Alberni's recreation centre has gone up in flames.

A building located on the edge of the sports fields across from Echo Centre on Wallace Street in Port Alberni has gone up in flames. Emergency vehicles were still on site at 5:45 p.m. dealing with the blaze.

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