UPDATE @ 10 p.m.
Fire caused extensive damage to a Taco Bell at 8201 Center Point Blvd., said Keith Knisley, battalion chief of the Huber Heights Fire Division.
“When the crews arrived on the scene they found flames coming out the back side of the building,” he said. “Fire extended into the building up into the ceiling and across the kitchen.”
The cause remains under investigation but Knisley said they will look into work that was done outside.
“We found that there had been some welding work being done on the back side of the building today,” he said.
Crews from Bethel Twp., Dayton and Miami and Clark counties assisted.
UPDATE @ 9:25 p.m.
The fire tonight that evacuated a Taco Bell restaurant in Huber Heights is believed to have started outside, Huber Heights fire officials say.
Crews responded around 8:40 p.m. to the eatery at 8201 Center Point 70 Blvd., which is near Park Layne but still within the Huber Heights city limits, according to dispatchers.
A worker said no customers were inside the restaurant, and that everyone made it out safely. We are working to learn what caused the fire and how much damage it caused.
UPDATE @ 9:10 p.m.
There are no flames showing, but there is still dark smoke coming from a fire that broke out tonight at a Taco Bell in Huber Heights.
The fire appears to have started in the rear of the restaurant, where witnesses reported seeing flames coming out of the building.
Flames and heavy smoke is coming from a fire at a Taco Bell restaurant in Huber Heights.
The fire was reported sometime around 8:40 p.m. at the fast-food restaurant at 8201 Center Point 70 Blvd. off Ohio 4 in the city.
There are no reports of injuries, but the Taco Bell was evacuated of its employees and diners.
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