Downtown Duncan fire call finds faulty air conditioner

Duncan volunteer firefighters were called out to popular downtown sushi restaurant Nha Trang Friday morning at about 10 a.m. with reports of a structure fire.

The smell of smoke drifted out onto Kenneth Street as firefighters took apart an air conditioning unit on the roof of the building as spectators looked on.

Duncan Fire Chief Mike McKinlay confirmed that there was no blaze and the smoke was the result of the air conditioner failing.

Fire trucks, an ambulance, BC Hydro and Terasen Gas trucks responding to the scene blocked the road as passers-by watched emergency crews work.

The restaurant was quickly back open for business.