UNION — A fire that destroyed two outbuildings and damaged three residences Friday evening is still under investigation.
The report filed by the Union Public Safety Department states that a fire truck was dispatched at 6:29 p.m. to 205 N. Mountain St. in reference to multiple outbuildings being on fire. As the truck was en route, dispatch informed firefighters that the fire had spread to an outbuilding at 104 Wedgewood Court. A second truck was then dispatched to the Wedgewood Court blaze while the first proceeded on to North Mountain Street.
In addition to the city, the Bonham, Monarch, and Southside fire departments were also dispatched to the scene.
The report states the fire was brought under control by 6:50 p.m. and the last unit cleared the scene at 10:43 p.m.
Firefighters remained on the scene after the blaze was extinuished trying to determine its cause. Lt. Larry Robinson of the public safety department said Monday that the cause of the fire had not been determined as of that morning.
No one was injured in the blaze, but the outbuildings were destroyed and the fire also damaged the siding of residences at 203, 205, and 207 N. Mountain St. The damage caused by the blaze is estimated at $2,000.
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