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Second Alarm Fire at Local Business, Firefighters Treated

Flames shoot out of the Auto Trim and Design building on Gunn Road Flames shoot out of the Auto Trim and Design building on Gunn Road
Fire and Medical personnel tend to a fire fighter suffering from heat exhaustion Fire and Medical personnel tend to a fire fighter suffering from heat exhaustion
A brand new Mustang sits burned inside the Auto Trim Design Building A brand new Mustang sits burned inside the Auto Trim Design Building
Several vehicles sit inside the burned out Auto Trim Design Company building. Several vehicles sit inside the burned out Auto Trim Design Company building.
A Montgomery County Sheriff's Department cruiser suffered heavy damage in the blaze. A Montgomery County Sheriff's Department cruiser suffered heavy damage in the blaze.

Montgomery, Al. (WSFA) -- WSFA 12 News was first on the scene of a fire in East Montgomery as a local business went up in flames.

Firefighters arrived by the truck load at Auto Trim and Design on Gunn Road.

It was a two alarm blaze meaning extra men and equipment were needed to contain the flames.

Paramedics rushed there also to treat a couple of firefighters suffering from heat exhaustion, minor bumps and bruises.  None of the injuries were serious, however.

Four or five customers' vehicles were inside the business and were damaged.

One of the vehicles belonged to the Montgomery County Sheriff's office.

Several trucks and a red Mustang could also be seen among the debris.

As for the cause of the blaze, Assistant Chief William Davis tells WSFA 12 News it appears to be an electrical fire.

The owner says the company has worked out of the Gunn Road location for twenty years and hopes to be back in business as soon as possible.

WSFA 12 News will have more information as it becomes available.

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