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(From Bristol Evening Post)
Byline: Liz Webster firstname.lastname@example.org
THE owner of a takeaway shop badly damaged in a GBP50,000 fire cannot reopen while her insurer refuses to pay out - because the blaze started in a deep-fat fryer.
The Long Ashton fish and chip shop has been closed for two months because of the insurance wrangle. Insurers claim the small print in her policy excludes them from paying out if the fire started in a deep-fat fryer which had no oil in it.
Owner Luisa Parast said staff had emptied the fryer at Piccolo's fish and chip shop, in Weston Road, before the fire to clean it.
Another member of staff switched on the …