Fire is a tragedy. And the odds of it happening twice are unbelievable.

But, that's exactly what has happened at a residential structure in Pasco. The building was damaged by fire almost a year ago. The owner was currently in the process of restoring it.

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The 911 call went out Wednesday afternoon.

Pasco Firefighters were called out to the blaze at 712 North Road 56 just before 1 pm.

According to Ben Shearer from the Pasco Fire Department:

The first fire unit arrived at the scene at 12:59 pm. The fire was quickly brought under control by 1:36 pm. 8 units from the PascoFire Department and Franklin County Fire District #3 were on scene, as well as units from the Richland Fire Department. 20 firefighters responded to get the blaze extinguished.

Pasco Fire Department
Pasco Fire Department

The building is considered a total loss.

The cause of the Pasco fire remains under investigation at this time. No one was injured in the fire.

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