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The North Country Pub in Omak burned down early Nov. 29, 2016. Firefighters came from Omak, Okanogan and Malott. LifeLine Ambulance, Okanogan County PUD and Omak Public Works were also called to the scene, where the fire was first toned at 1:40 a.m.
Omak Fire Chief Kevin Bowling directs firefighters at the North Country Pub fire early Nov. 29.
North Country Pub owners Dennis and Nina Molkjer, right, watch firefighting about 25 minutes after the first tone at 1:40 a.m. Nov. 29 in Omak.
Firefighters from Omak, Okanogan and Malott were called to the fire that destroyed the North Country Pub. The first tone was at 1:40a.m. on Dec. 29.
Firefighters rush to direct a hose into the front door of the North Country Pub on South Main Street in Omak for an early-morning fire Nov. 29.
Firefighters work from two directions to push back flames coming out the front door of the North Country Pub early Nov. 29.
Firefighters work the front door of the North Country Pub as flames burst through the opening Nov. 29.
Four firefighters direct hoses on the front door of the North Country Pub early Nov. 29.
Omak firefighter Dan Wood, left, and Okanogan firefighter, Chris Warren, set up an unmanned ground monitor hose that sprays up to 250 gallons a minute at the North Country Pub fire early Nov. 29.
An overall view of the fire that consumed the North Country Pub early Nov. 29. A snorkel works the roof while a powerful hose directs water through the front door.
Firefighters get the upper hand on a blaze about an hour after it was reported at 1:40 a.m. at the North Country Pub in Omak.
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