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Crews Knock Down Fire at Towing Company

MISSOULA -
No one was injured during an early morning fire at a Missoula tow truck company, but employees said the blaze damaged a lot of equipment.

Sparr's Towing workers said an extension cord was to blame for the fire that started around five o'clock this morning on West Central Avenue. 

Workers said the fire consumed the plastic siding on one of their tow trucks, and caused more damage inside the building.

Five engines and a truck were dispatched to the scene, and crews knocked down the fire from the inside of the warehouse.

Fire investigators said they're still determining the total amount of damages. 

 


 

Missoula fire fighters said no one was injured in an early morning fire at Sparr's Towing.

Five engines and one truck were dispatched to a structure fire at 2200 W. Central Ave. at 4:50 a.m. Friday.

When crews arrived on scene, heavy smoke was seen coming from the large warehouse.

Crews entered the building, while fire fighters on a truck opened up the roof to let the heated smoke and gases out of the building.

A fire investigator was called and the cause of the fire is currently under investigation.

There were no injuries to civilians or fire fighters.

Damages have not been estimated at this time.

 

 

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