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Last updated on Tuesday, January 12, 2010
(BLUFFTON, IN) - Authorities are investigating a fire that gutted a historic downtown Bluffton building.
The blaze at the century-old building at Johnson and Market Streets was reported about 11:00AM Sunday.
Between 60 and 70 firefighters helped battle the blaze.
Bluffton Fire Chief Bob Plummer says the fire was likely started by an electrical heater in a corner apartment on the second floor.
None of the tenants were hurt. Several firefighters suffered minor injuries related to hypothermia and exhaustion.
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