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    Carl Fambro, owner of Francar's Buffalo Wings, has to throw away a lot of food and get a health inspection before he can reopen his restaurant to the public.

Carl Fambro, owner of Francar's Buffalo Wings, has to throw away a lot of food and get a health inspection before he can reopen his restaurant to the public. Woody Marshall The Telegraph
Carl Fambro, owner of Francar's Buffalo Wings, has to throw away a lot of food and get a health inspection before he can reopen his restaurant to the public. Woody Marshall The Telegraph

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