RUTLAND, Vt. (AP) — Vermont firefighters say no guns or ammunition went off during a blaze in a Rutland gun shop not far from the city’s downtown.
The fire at the Elm Street location was reported Tuesday morning.
Rutland Mayor Christopher Louras says firefighters took extra precautions because of the possibility the ammunition at the gun shop could ignite.
The gun shop is in a shed outside an Elm Street home.
Firefighters said a car and some items were badly damaged. The fire did not reach the home.
No injuries were reported.