UPDATE @ 10:50 p.m.: Overheated machinery placed too close to combustibles is being pinpointed as the cause of a fire that damaged the rear of a building housing the Oregon District Provisions retail market, in the 500 block of Wayne Avenue in Dayton.
Dayton Fire District Chief Mike Fasnacht said the fire was accidental in nature.
Most of the damage was contained to the rear of the Dietz Block building, where Glasz Bleu Oven restaurant and a storage facility are located, while smoke caused damage to the front of the building, where craft beer and cured meats are served at Crafted & Cured.
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Fasnacht estimated the structural damage at $10,000, and "probably a little more" than that in lost building contents.
There were no injuries.
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He said health department officials will have to meet with the owners of the businesses before the locations can reopen.
Crews are on scene of a fire reported at Glasz Bleu Oven, 521 Wayne Ave., Dayton, where smoke reportedly was showing from the attic.
The location is home to a Mediterranean restaurant in the Oregon District Provisions retail market. It opened to the public Nov. 3, 2017.
Dayton fire crews were dispatched about 9:10 p.m. There are no reports of injury. An investigator has been requested.
We will update this developing report.
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