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Firefighters extinguish blaze at Spruill Avenue tire shop Sunday

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Firefighters extinguish blaze at Spruill Avenue tire shop Sunday

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North Charleston firefighters extinguished a fire at a Spruill Avenue tire shop Sunday morning.

The fire was first reported about 8:10 a.m. at WD Tires at 4340 Spruill Ave.

The first firefighters on scene reported seeing smoke and fire, according to North Charleston Fire Marshal Cindy Killette.

Killette said the fire was extinguished in about 20 minutes with assistance from the St. Andrews and Charleston fire departments. No one was injured and the fire is under investigation.

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