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Firefighters Battle Fire At Storage Building

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A fire broke out late Sunday morning at a storage building in Warr Acres. A fire broke out late Sunday morning at a storage building in Warr Acres.

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WARR ACRES -- Firefighters from Warr Acres and Bethany were called out to a fire at a storage building around 11:30 Sunday morning.

Firefighters said the Guardian West Funeral Home, 5820 Northwest 41st Street, owns the building.

No injuries were reported and investigators are working to determine the cause of the fire.

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