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TFD responds to shed fire in midtown neighborhood

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Tucson Fire Department is responding to a shed fire on the 3900 East Hayhurst block.

According to TFD, there is large amount of smoke and flames. The shed was in a storage area, therefore no evacuation was needed. 

The fire is currently contained, but Hayhurst remains blocked off.

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