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2-Alarm Fire Reported at Alexandria Gas Station

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    A two-alarm fire at a gas station in Alexandria, Virginia, sent smoke pouring out of two repair bays Monday morning. 

    Firefighters were called to the 4600 block of Duke Street at about 8:30 a.m. 

    Pictures from the scene show white smoke pouring from the station. 

    No injuries were reported, fire officials said. The road was closed to traffic while firefighters extinguished the fire. 

    A malfunctioning furnace started the fire in a storage and utility room in the rear of the station.