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Cafe Opens for Business One Day after Fire

A new Wichita Falls restaurant is back open for business. A grease fire briefly shut the restaurant's doors Sunday night. 

Firefighters tell us smoke was the main concern when flames erupted over grease on a stove in the 3100 block of Seymour Highway at MT's cafe. MT's opened for business last Thursday. 

Management tells us the fire was minor and caused little to no damage. No one was injured. The health department did come out to inspect the restaurant before it opened back up for business.

 

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