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No injuries from garage fire at home in Peterborough, Ont.

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No injuries were reported following a fire Monday at an attached garage at a home in Peterborough, Ont.

Peterborough Fire Services platoon chief Mike Fallis said 17 firefighters were deployed to a possible structure fire at a residence on Ravenwood Drive.

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Fallis said crews discovered light smoke from an attached garage.

He said crews entered the garage and quickly extinguished a couch that was on fire.

Fallis said the cause of the fire was a heater that was too close to combustibles.

Damage from the fire is estimated at $15,000, he said.

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