LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — A Lafayette Fire Department facility was significantly damaged by fire Wednesday night.
Chief Richard Doyle said the fire was at the former Station #6, at Elmwood Avenue and Greenbush Street near Market Square. Doyle said the fire was in the garage area.
LFD said it caused significant damage to at least half the building.
Doyle said investigators believe they've found the location of the fire's origin. They're still investigating what caused it.
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