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Not again: Uki hotel catches fire for second time

Firefighters on scene on Sunday.
Firefighters on scene on Sunday. Mel McMillan

THE historic Uki pub has caught fire for a second time.

Already gutted by a fire on Saturday night, authorities were baffled to be called back to the Mt Warning Hotel at 2.30am today.

When firefighters arrived on scene early this morning they found the rear of the hotel fully ablaze.

Authorities are now on scene investigating.

It's unclear how the second blaze started.

More details as they come to hand.

Topics:  editors picks, firefighters, mt warning hotel, uki



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