ICYMI: Structure fire temporarily closed roads Friday night - Tucson News Now

ICYMI: Structure fire temporarily closed roads Friday night

Fire on Swan Road (Source: Patrick Mathews) Fire on Swan Road (Source: Patrick Mathews)
Source: KOLD Source: KOLD
Source: KOLD Source: KOLD
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Tucson Fire Department crews responded to a storage room fire around 8:30 p.m. on Friday night, July 7 at a building near businesses located on North Swan Road.

TFD said flames were beginning to spread to the backside of the building, but that fire was put out before excessive damage was caused. Nobody was inside the building during the fire. Police assisted firefighters by blocking off traffic to Swan Road for 30 minutes while crews worked to put out flames.

It took 9 units and 23 firefighters to control the fire, said TFD.

There were no injuries reported and no residents were displaced. The extent of the damages are still to be determined.

The cause of the fire is still being investigated.

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