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‘Don’t use flower pots for ash trays,' fire chief warns after Eagan restaurant burns

The fire chief in Eagan has a stern warning for smokers after someone ashed into a flower pot and scorched the Cherokee Sirloin Room. Mike Scott says potting soil is combustible and flower pots are the number-one cause of fires.
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The fire chief in Eagan has a stern warning for smokers after someone ashed into a flower pot and scorched the Cherokee Sirloin Room. Mike Scott says potting soil is combustible and flower pots are the number-one cause of fires.

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