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Clean up continues at Doublegate EE-ZZ Mart

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LEE COUNTY, GA (WALB) -

Clean up continues at a popular Lee County convenience store following a fire we told you about yesterday.

"Your product is damaged, its overwhelming trying to figure out," said store owner Marilyn Bullington. "I don't even know what went out the door that got just really trashed."

Officials from the Georgia Department of Agriculture and health department were on the scene to dictate what must go.

"Had to throw out all the cigarettes, all the health and beauty aids that was up front," Bullington said. "Everything that was on the front wall, I had to throw that out."

Bullington's insurance policy will allow her to pay the store's employees. It was a concern of her's after yesterday's blaze.

"You have to be able to pay, no matter what happens," Bullington said. "Business stops, your bills keep coming in."

Bullington hopes to be up and running in the next 2-3 weeks.

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