Firefighters battle blaze late Sunday at restaurant in York City
A fire broke out late Sunday night at a restaurant in York City, causing $75,000 in damage, according to the York City Department of Fire and Rescue Services.
Firefighters arrived at 11:54 p.m. Sunday to extinguish the blaze at First Majestic Restaurant, 220 Roosevelt Ave. The fire was out by 12:38 a.m. Monday, and crews left by 1:45 a.m., York City Fire Chief Chad Deardorff said.
The blaze started in the ceiling of the restaurant, and the chief said it took some time to access and extinguish the fire.
"Just getting to the bulk of the fire was a little challenging," he added. "It just took some time to find."
There were no injuries associated with the fire.
There was water and smoke damage throughout the building, in addition to minimal fire damage in one corner, according to the chief. Firefighters kept the fire confined to the single property, he said.
The cause of the blaze is currently undetermined and remains under investigation, Deardorff said.
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