Thursday, May 03, 2012

Firefighers Control Capone's Fire
Johnson City firefighters worked most of Wednesday afternoon to contain a fire at Capone's Restaurant on East Main Street in downtown Johnson City. According to reports, the business only suffered water damage from the roof top fire that broke out around 4:00 o'clock. Fire crews had to cut an 8 by 8 hole in the roof. It's believed that the fire was caused by a torch being used to soften and reseal the tar on the roof of the business. Capone's management says they will be back open on a limited basis tonight. (jb)

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