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NCFD investigating fire on Rivers Avenue

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Authorities are investigating a fire in North Charleston.

According to Bianca Sancic with the North Charleston Fire Department, crews responded to reports of an outside fire at 7250 Rivers Avenue, just before 6:30 Thursday afternoon.

The first arriving unit reported a fire at the gas main on the back of building 200. 

Firefighters quickly contained the fire to the meter until the gas could be shut off.

There was minimal damage to the building.

There are no reported injuries.

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