A fire gutted an office building in Loveland Tuesday night, with remnants of smoke still visible Wednesday morning.
Images from KCNC show that part of the roof caved in. The roof is where the fire is suspected of starting.
No one was inside when the fire started, but more than a dozen people living nearby were told to evacuate. No injuries were reported.
The fire forced the partial closure of a major road through town for several hours overnight while crews battled the flames. The building is located on the 2100 block of North Lincoln and holds a construction company, dentist office and counseling center among other offices. Several of the offices sustained damage.
It's unknown what started the fire.
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