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Statement from Owner of Chang Thai

Published: 10:07 AM, 03/12/2009

Sean Alexander, who owned Chang Thai with his wife, talks about the loss of his restaurant. Following that are clips of firefighters working against the blaze late Wednesday afternoon. 
Channels: News  Emergency 
Keywords: fire,  depot,  street,  chang,  thai,  downtown 

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