RAMONA (CNS/CBS 8) - Firefighters battled a two-alarm fire at a stone-finishing business in Ramona today, Cal Fire officials said.
The blaze broke out just after noon in the 600 block of Elm Street, near Cedar Street, according to Cal Fire Captain Mike Mohler.
Firefighters took extra precaution as they received reports of possible hazardous materials inside the business, Mohler said.
Roads surrounding the area remained closed while firefighters fought to control the blaze, Mohler said.
There were no reported injuries and the cause of the fire is being investigated.
Wednesday is World Refugee Day and you can help local refugees in a variety of way including when you shop.
The City has received a national award for an event celebrating the pioneering use of recycled water to make beer.
Carlsbad's Ron Capps entered the funny car winner's circle on Sunday for the the first time this season. Only being his first win is somewhat of a surprise as Capps had eight wins last season and won the NHRA funny car championship the year before.
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