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Update: Memorabilia Lost in Pulaski County Fire

Damage estimated at $50,000 after Dixon Rd. storage building burns.
Update (April 22):
PULASKI COUNTY, AR - A Monday night fire just south of Little Rock has left $50,000 in damage to a private storage building.

The blaze broke out at 1011 W. Dixon Rd. around 9:20.

The Pulaski County Sheriff's Office (PCSO) says the building was a two-story garage/shop located behind a home and that it was in flames when crews arrived.

The Arch Street Fire Department, Quail Creek Fire Department, East End Fire Department, and Northeast Saline County Fire Department responded and put out the fire.

The property owner told deputies he heard the fire alarm go off in the shop, saw the flames when he looked outside and then called 911. 

The property was insured, the owner told deputies. He also told them there were numerous items of memorabilia stored in the shop. The incident report did not say what kind of memorabilia it was.

Original story (April 21):
PULASKI COUNTY, AR -- Volunteer fire departments were dispatched to a fire south of Little Rock Monday evening.

The fire broke out sometime before 10 in the 1000 block of Dixon Rd. Flames climbed high into the sky as crews worked to get the fire under control.

Several volunteer fire departments were on the scene to put out the fire, including Arch Street, Quail Creek, and East End departments.

There is no word on what caused the fire, if anyone was inside at the time, or if anyone was injured.

2 a.m. Update: A firefighter on the scene tells KARK the building that burned was a shed. 
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