Firefighters were able to control a fire at a Bryan business Thursday night before it got out of control.
The fire started around 7:45 p.m. at Gino's Collision Repair and Auto in the 1200 block of South College.
Investigators say a wrecked out vehicle was brought in by a towing company and parked inside the shop's garage.
The car somehow caught fire, damaging the roof of the business.
A person working nearby saw the fire and called for help.
"I work just across the street and I seen flames coming out the top of the building so I called 911. "
It took firefighters 15 minutes to put out the fire. Nothing else was damaged.
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