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Fire destroys 4 Kelowna businesses, spares Cora's

With less than a month to go before Christmas, Burtch Plaza, on Harvey Avenue in Kelowna is closed.

On Monday, four businesses were destroyed after a fire broke out at the strip mall just outside the city's downtown core

Owners whose buildings weren't hit by the fire or water damage expect it will take at least two weeks before they can get into their businesses, and the cause of the fire is under investigation.

CBC's Madonna Hamel went down to the site to talk to onlookers and business owners.

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