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Fire Cause Under Investigation

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Billings firefighters are investigating the cause of Friday night's structure fire on Adams Street near Riverside Middle School.

Fire Marshal Mike Spini said in a press release the fire on Adams Street was around 9:36 PM. It caused heavy damage to the detached garage and workshop. He said the workshop portion of the building was a total loss. The home also had some damage to its vinyl siding.

No one was injured. Fire marshals estimate the fire caused about $60,000 in damage.

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