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Richmond fire damages several garages

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RICHMOND, VA (NBC12)- A fire overnight in Richmond damages garages in a neighborhood near Jefferson Davis Highway.  

One garage is destroyed, and two others are damaged.

The fire broke out around 4:30 a.m. in the 2500 block of Dana Street, just north of Walmsley Boulevard.

It's not known what sparked the fire, but heavy flames quickly engulfed the building.

Two of the neighbors garages were damaged by the extreme heat.

No one was hurt.

There are reports that a police officer ran door-to-door, waking up residents, to warn them about the fire.

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