Tourism operator credits casino patrol unit

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    From the Niagara Falls Review:

    An incident that occurred during the long weekend at an attraction on Clifton Hill is just another example of how important the Niagara Regional Police’s casino patrol unit is to the Niagara Falls tourism core, says Niagara Clifton Group president Charlie Burland.

    Burland, whose family has owned property on the north side of Clifton Hill for about 90 years, said fire alarms at his haunted house attraction went off around 1:40 a.m. Saturday.

    Burland said he has hundreds of security cameras throughout his properties and footage showed one male in a group of young men grabbed a fire extinguisher in the middle of the haunted house and shot it off.

    One Response to “Tourism operator credits casino patrol unit”

    1. Good to know that tourists and tourism operators are getting top notch police services, while those of us not in the designated areas are, apparently, not.

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