Fire damages vacant restaurant in central Las Vegas
Las Vegas Fire Department crews put out a fire at a vacant restaurant in central Las Vegas Thursday morning.
The fire was reported shortly before 7:40 a.m. at 1755 E. Charleston Blvd., according to an email from PIO Tim Szymanski.
The blaze started outside the building but never got inside the A-frame building, he said. The cause is under investigation.
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