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Dozens of firefighters called to Indiana garage fire Monday night

The main fire was contained to the detached garage, the department said.
The main fire was contained to the detached garage, the department said.(Aurora FD)
Updated: May. 25, 2021 at 5:38 AM EDT
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AURORA, Ind. (FOX19) - Around 25 firefighters were needed to extinguish a garage fire in Aurora, Indiana on Monday.

Teams from Aurora Fire and Lawrenceburg Fire responded to the call in the 300 block of Cobb Road around 8:45 p.m., according to the Aurora Fire Department.

They arrived to find a detached garage that was fully engulfed. The main fire was contained to the garage, the department said.

Departments on the fire scene included Aurora Fire, Aurora EMS, Aurora PD, Aurora utilities,...
Departments on the fire scene included Aurora Fire, Aurora EMS, Aurora PD, Aurora utilities, Duke Energy, Lawrenceburg Fire.(Aurora FD)

Firefighters used 1,000 gallons of water on the nearby homes to help keep them from catching fire.

Three nearby homes did suffer some siding and or roof damage, according to the department.

All of the residents in the surrounding houses made it out safely with no injuries.

The cause of the fire is thought to be accidental, but the investigation is ongoing.

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