Crews on scene of fire on Tucson's south side - Tucson News Now

Crews on scene of fire on Tucson's south side

(Source: Tucson Fire Department) (Source: Tucson Fire Department)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Emergency crews are on the scene of a fire at the VFW Post #10015 on Tucson's south side. 

According to Barrett Baker of the Tucson Fire Department, smoke was visible from the building, located at 5768 S. Fontana Ave. 

The fire is now under control. 

No one was hurt. 

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