Ann Arbor Muffler fire suspected to have started in a vehicle

ANN ARBOR, MI - Crews in Ann Arbor responded to a structure fire Monday morning at a local auto care shop. Engines 1- 3 of the Ann Arbor Fire Department were alerted at 6:12 a.m. on Monday, July 5 for an automatic fire alarm at Ann Arbor Muffler at 2333 Jackson Ave., according to the department. Engine 1-3 arrived to find a commercial structure fire with heavy fire showing from one of the service bays. Firefighters were able to quickly extinguish the fire, according to the department, which was suspected to have started in one of the vehicles and spread to the building. More from MLiveA bird’s-eye view of Ann Arbor’s north side housing boomWater main break damage closes Maple Road in Ann Arbor until AugustTeacher’s 51-year career wraps up at the Ann Arbor elementary she attended as a childAnn Arbor dry cleaner faces wrecking ball under pollution cleanup planGreat Clips location coming to Ann Arbor areaKnight’s expands with market on Ann Arbor’s south sidePhotographer’s basement studio ruined by flooding in Ypsilanti neighborhoodSonic Lunch returning to downtown Ann Arbor in AugustIllustrator unveils conceptual design for downtown Ann Arbor central parkFree waste pick-up available to Ann Arbor residents affected by floodingDowntown Ann Arbor’s west side rebranded as city’s Creative DistrictAmazing drone video and photos of Fourth of July fireworks from across MichiganHealthy Streets initiative given immediate OK by Ann Arbor councilYpsilanti requesting public insight on new affordable housing project

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