WAYNESBURG (KDKA) — It was about 5 p.m. Monday when firefighters arrived at the PennDOT Greene County Headquarters and maintenance garage on Jefferson Road in Waynesburg.
Billowing smoke from the blaze could be seen for several miles.
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A number of vehicles were in the garage at the time.
“There was a heavy smoke condition in the building; we made entry through the main door and the garage door, there was smoke and fire throughout the building,” said Assistant Chief Eric Marshall of the Waynesburg-Franklin Township Volunteer Fire Department.
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A State Police Fire Marshal has been called in to investigate the cause of the multiple alarm fire. At the time, the building was closed since Monday was a holiday.
One firefighter suffered a minor injury fighting the blaze. He was treated at the scene. Firefighters on truck ladders continued to pour water on the building for several hours.
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There’s been no estimate of damage.