Rochester hotel evacuated after restaurant fire causes $100k in damage

The Post Bulletin reports oil in a fryer caught fire early Saturday morning. Guests at the Days Inn, above the downtown restaurant, were forced to evacuate for about two hours. Fortunately no was injured.
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The Post Bulletin reports oil in a fryer caught fire early Saturday morning. Guests at the Days Inn, above the downtown restaurant, were forced to evacuate for about two hours. Fortunately no was injured.

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