Two businesses destroyed in Thomasville fire
1100 National Highway (Google Maps)
THOMASVILLE, N.C. — A fire on Monday evening reportedly destroyed a building housing two businesses in Thomasville.
According to The Lexington Dispatch, the blaze was reported shortly before midnight at 1100-A National Highway.
Firefighters tell the newspaper they arrived to find flames coming through the roof of the building.
The 1,-800-square-foot building, which was owned by Robert Reid Properties, and everything inside were lost, firefighters told The-Dispatch.
The building was used by a general contractor and a home improvement business, The-Dispatch reports.
The cause of the fire was not known as of Tuesday morning. Thomasville Fire Marshal Rocky Watts is investigating.
An Exxon gas station located a short distance away from the building was not damaged.
Read more: The-Dispatch.com
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