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(COLUMBIA, MO) -

01/22/22 at 09:31 A.M. Columbia Fire Department was dispatched to 3101 Creasy Springs Road for a commercial structure fire.

Employee of Boone Quarries call 911 and stated there was smoke coming from the top of a building on the east quarry entrance. The first unit arrived approximately five minutes later, reported smoke coming from the eaves of the structure.

Crews deployed a preconnected hose line and performed an aggressive fire attack, getting the fire under control and ensuring that all occupants were accounted for.

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One adult occupant at the time of the fire

Columbia Fire Department Investigators stated there was Extensive damage to various walls and ceiling joists. The fire occurred in the ceiling and wall above one office. The cause of the fire is under investigation.

The estimated damage is $75,000.00,

Ten crews from The Columbia Fire Department and one EMS assets responded to this incident.

The Columbia Fire Department reminds residents that smoke alarms save lives.  Smoke alarms should be placed on every level of your home and outside places where people sleep. Check your smoke alarms monthly by pressing the test button.  Change your smoke alarm batteries at least once a year.

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