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UPDATE: Garage considered total loss in fire

The shed fully engulfed by flames (Source: Tammy and Jenna Humble) The shed fully engulfed by flames (Source: Tammy and Jenna Humble)
The burned out shed. The burned out shed.
The fire broke out around 9:30 Thursday night in the garage of a home located at 5104 Pine Street. The fire broke out around 9:30 Thursday night in the garage of a home located at 5104 Pine Street.

WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) – Wilmington Fire crews responded to a garage fire in Wilmington around 9:30 Thursday night.

The fire started in the garage of a home located at 1316 Louisa Lane, according to Wilmington Fire Department's David Hines.

The shed/garage is being considered a total loss by fire officials.

Hines said the investigation determined that the fire was accidental and electrical in nature. Damage estimates are $20,000 structure and $20,000 contents.

There were no injuries reported.

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