Crews Knock Down Restaurant Fire in Orange | NBC Southern California

Crews Knock Down Restaurant Fire in Orange

The blaze ripped through an eatery for more than an hour and a half



    On Scene
    Firefighters battle a fire in a Ruby's Grill Baja Style in the city of Orange on Wednesday, Sept. 18, 2013.

    Fire crews knocked down a three-alarm restaurant fire in Orange that prompted street closures in the area.

    The blaze sparked about 12:50 a.m. and burned through a Ruby's Grill Baja Style in the 800 block of North main Street, said Orange City Fire Capt. Ian MacDonald.

    Video from the scene showed flames shooting through the roof of the eatery.

    About 57 firefighters worked to control the blaze and knocked it down just before 2:30 a.m.

    No injuries were reported in the fire, MacDonald said.

    Arson investigators are still trying to determine what caused the blaze.

    Officials closed Main Street between Collins and Walnut avenues and said the street should reopen before the start of the business day.

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