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$100-thousand fire damage at Vienna business

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VIENNA TOWNSHIP, Ohio - Investigators are estimating that flames caused $100-thousand damage to a business on 5061 Warren Sharon Road on Thursday.

Fire broke out around 11:00 a.m. inside a repair shop at Kleese Excavating. Crews from Vienna, Liberty, Brookfield and Fowler fire departments were called out to keep flames from spreading to fuel tanks on the property, and to provide relief for firefighters working under frigid conditions.

Grey smoke and flames could be seen for quite a distance from the business.

There are no reports of injuries. Investigators are still looking for the cause of the blaze.

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