Sawbucks Pub

Fire closes South Surrey pub ‘until further notice’

Firefighters were alerted to a small fire at South Surrey's Sawbucks Pub early Monday morning

Sawbucks PubSurrey Fire Department is investigating following a small blaze at a South Surrey pub Monday.

Assistant fire Chief Chris Keon said firefighters were alerted to the fire at Sawbucks Pub (1626 152 St.) at approximately 2:45 a.m. April 25 by mall security staff at Semiahmoo Shopping Centre.

“It was a small fire, it was struck (extinguished) within 10 minutes,” Keon said.

Cause of the blaze – which, according to a report, was coming out of an exhaust fan – has not been determined.

No injuries were reported.

While a spokesperson could not be reached, pub visitors have been told the business will be closed for “a couple weeks” as a result, according to area residents.


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