HAMMOND, Ind. — An auto detailing shop here caught fire early this morning and investigators are trying to find the cause, The Times reported.
The June 25 story said crews were called to the shop around 2:30 a.m.
By the time firefighters arrived, the single-story masonry building was engulfed in flames.
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Assistant Fire Chief Kevin Margraf said the building is "salvageable," but the contents inside the building suffered serious damage and around 3 inches of water was on the floor of the building due to the fire crews' efforts.
The reason for the fire is being investigated.
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