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Fire demolishes the Borderline bar and restaurant in Little Bay

Within an hour after fire reported only charred remains of mostly galvanise

Outbreak of fire has demolished another wooden structure, this time in Little Bay opposite the public market, on Robert Griffith drive.

Investigations are continuing with a view to establish the cause of a fire which completely destroyed the Borderline Bar and Restaurant and all its contents in the early hours of Friday morning.

ZJB news reported Acting deputy Fire Chief Local Muraine as saying, the fire service has not ruled out foul play but they have no suspects so far.

The fire was reported about 1.15 Friday morning and by the time the officers arrived on the scene the roof had already collapsed. TMR arrived on the scene a half hour later and found the firemen who had already put out all flames ensuring there would be no smoldering,

RMPF responded but fire tenders could not save the already infernoed structure of wood and galvanize

The Borderline Bar which opened in 2004 is owned and operated by a young local proprietor Crenston Buffonge. This was a popular recreation spot  for residents and visitors alike.

According to Buffonge the Montserrat festival committee, had few hours earlier had hosted their popular Thursday night bingo.  He said in his usual quiet way that although he lost everything in the fire he’s planning to rebuild his business following completion of the investigations. He said he was just in the process of securing the property to better serve his patrons as the festival season approached.

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Within an hour after fire reported only charred remains of mostly galvanise

Outbreak of fire has demolished another wooden structure, this time in Little Bay opposite the public market, on Robert Griffith drive.

Investigations are continuing with a view to establish the cause of a fire which completely destroyed the Borderline Bar and Restaurant and all its contents in the early hours of Friday morning.

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ZJB news reported Acting deputy Fire Chief Local Muraine as saying, the fire service has not ruled out foul play but they have no suspects so far.

The fire was reported about 1.15 Friday morning and by the time the officers arrived on the scene the roof had already collapsed. TMR arrived on the scene a half hour later and found the firemen who had already put out all flames ensuring there would be no smoldering,

RMPF responded but fire tenders could not save the already infernoed structure of wood and galvanize

The Borderline Bar which opened in 2004 is owned and operated by a young local proprietor Crenston Buffonge. This was a popular recreation spot  for residents and visitors alike.

According to Buffonge the Montserrat festival committee, had few hours earlier had hosted their popular Thursday night bingo.  He said in his usual quiet way that although he lost everything in the fire he’s planning to rebuild his business following completion of the investigations. He said he was just in the process of securing the property to better serve his patrons as the festival season approached.