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A fire at Owhakatoro, west of Rūātoki, last week is believed to have been deliberately lit. Pumicelands Rural Fire Authority zone manager Tony Gillard said the fire started at 7.30pm on Friday, November 6, and fire fighters witnessed two young people taking off from the area on a motorbike.

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Owhakatoro fire deliberately lit
13 November 2015

A fire at Owhakatoro, west of Rūātoki, last week is believed to have been deliberately lit. Pumicelands Rural Fire Authority zone manager Tony Gillard said the fire started at 7.30pm on Friday, November 6, and fire fighters witnessed two young people taking off from the area on a motorbike.

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