Blaze razes North Huntingdon garage |

Blaze razes North Huntingdon garage

The cause of a fire that destroyed a North Huntingdon garage Sunday afternoon is under investigation, a fire department official said.

The fire at 7763 Pennsylvania Ave., which was reported at 3:48 p.m., started inside the wooden-framed garage, but the source remains under investigation, Strawpump Fire Chief Ryan Senica said. No injuries were reported.

The garage was used for storage, and there was not a vehicle inside the structure at the time of the fire, Senica said. An estimate on the dollar amount of the loss was not available.

Casey M. and Marla J. Butler own the property, according to Westmoreland County real estate records.

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