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Fire at National Office Supply in Barrigada

by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Police and firefighters have been called to a fire that was reported to authorities at the National Office Supply in Barrigada.  Police say they were received the call of smoke coming from the building around 5 'o'clock Tuesday morning.  Fire units were called to extinguish the blaze and additional units responded at around 6am.

According to Guam Fire Department Spokesperson Joey San Nicolas, his agency was called at 5:47 by police.  An engine unit and medic were on the scene a few minutes later.  Additional fire trucks as well as rescue and the Advanced Life Support unit remain at the scene trying to put the fire out.

Once the blaze is extinguished authorities will launch an investigation to determine how the fire started.

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