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UFO lands for Halloween

George Simnos has spent the past six months working on this craft, which will be part of a public display on Flamingo Court, south of Steveston Highway and west of No. 2 Road. - Martin van den Hemel photo
George Simnos has spent the past six months working on this craft, which will be part of a public display on Flamingo Court, south of Steveston Highway and west of No. 2 Road.
— image credit: Martin van den Hemel photo

Halloween figures to be an interstellar affair in Steveston, where sources have told The Richmond Review a UFO will be crashing into the front yard of a neighbour of George Simnos.

The owner of Westwind Home Improvements has spent the past six months working on this craft, which will be part of a public display on Flamingo Court, south of Steveston Highway and west of No. 2 Road. He’s inviting locals to check out the interactive flying saucer, with donations of non-perishable food items being collected for the Richmond Food Bank.

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