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Overnight Fire Damages A&G Auto

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Fire causes major damage at a Bismarck auto shop this morning.The Bismarck Fire Department responded to A&G Auto Mart around one this morning.

Firefighters say there was "heavy fire" coming out of one of the overhead doors. They had the fire out in about twenty minutes and stopped it from spreading.

No one was in the building at the time.

Two other united received smoke damage.

Al Schauer is the building owner. He says there were several cars inside and estimates total damages will be around $300,000.

Schauer says he is already planning to rebuild.

He says he thinks the cause is electrical, but the fire remains under investigation.

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