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HAMILTON COUNTY, Ind. (July 12, 2014)– Multiple fire departments are on the scene of a two alarm fire south of Sheridan High School.

The fire is at the Main Street Power Mail on 400 S. Main St., and started just after 6 p.m.

No injuries have been reported. Two police officers went inside the building during the fire to make sure it was unoccupied, which it was. The two officers were checked out at the scene for smoke inhalation and were cleared.

The building, part of which was recently renovated, is 112 years old. The first floor was printing equipment, second floor was business offices, and the third floor was a living space.

Multiple fire departments are on the scene. It may be days before the scene is cleared as crews work to put out hot spots.

The cause of the fire is unknown.


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