Fri. Sep 20th, 2019

A huge workshop went up in flames in Apopka Wednesday evening, but no injuries to humans were reported.Two animals perished in the blaze, WESH 2 News has learned.Marlon Britten took video of the fire on his cell phone.”There’s a big blaze here on 10th Street and you’re missing it,” he said.It happened at 10th Street and Marvin C. Zanders Avenue. The 1,200-square foot workshop caught fire.Officials said smoke was visible five blocks away from the actual location of the fire.The large workshop was a wood frame building with steel walls and a steel roof. The roof collapsed.Officials said they made contact with the homeowners, who said it was mainly household goods that were located inside the storage area and the structure.Once Apopka firefighters were able to get to the hot spots, they began looking in the shed, and that is where they found some animals. Pictures from the Apopka Fire Department show chickens and pigeons that survived the blaze.Officials said two rabbits died.The state fire marshal’s office will be investigating the fire.

APOPKA, Fla. —

A huge workshop went up in flames in Apopka Wednesday evening, but no injuries to humans were reported.

Two animals perished in the blaze, WESH 2 News has learned.

Marlon Britten took video of the fire on his cell phone.

“There’s a big blaze here on 10th Street and you’re missing it,” he said.

It happened at 10th Street and Marvin C. Zanders Avenue. The 1,200-square foot workshop caught fire.

Officials said smoke was visible five blocks away from the actual location of the fire.

The large workshop was a wood frame building with steel walls and a steel roof. The roof collapsed.

Officials said they made contact with the homeowners, who said it was mainly household goods that were located inside the storage area and the structure.

Once Apopka firefighters were able to get to the hot spots, they began looking in the shed, and that is where they found some animals.

Pictures from the Apopka Fire Department show chickens and pigeons that survived the blaze.

Officials said two rabbits

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