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Several fire departments were called to the scene of a structure fire in Harrison County on Friday night.

Harrison County 911 said it happened just after 8 p.m. on Dawson Drive at the Waste Management main office building.

Chief Steve Martin of the Spelter Fire Department said no one was injured in the fire and that his crew and others were on scene for nearly two hours. He said the fire originated somewhere towards the ceiling.

Martin said he suspects the cause of the fire to be electrical in nature but is continuing to investigate. The State Fire Marshal's Office will be notified as well.

Nutter Fort, Shinnston and Lumberport Volunteer Fire Departments, as well as Harrison County EMS, assisted at the scene.

Martin said the building is not a total loss. He said he is still calculating the total damage assessment.