Blaze at Temple (TX) Fire and Rescue’s Station 5

The damage. All photos via facebook.com/TempleFireRescue

Temple (TX) Fire and Rescue responded to a fire at its own Station 5 early Saturday night, reports fox44news.com.

The station crew was dispatched when the fire was reported. Five units from neighboring stations responded at 7:09 p.m.; they were able to extinguish it by 7:34 p.m.

The fire is still under investigation, but it’s believed to have been caused by a stove that was left on.

The building, located at 510 N Apache Dr., sustained damage to the kitchen and smoke damage to the entire facility. The amount of damage has not yet been determined, though officials say no one was hurt.

Station 5 crews will be temporarily relocated to Station 8.

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