The Amarillo Fire Department has been busy the past week, putting out fires in buildings and one outside fire in a little less than 24 hours.
On Tuesday, November 22nd at 5;12 p.m. crews had to go put out an outside fire at North Mississippi.
First responders arrived and found a homeless camp with heavy fire and black smoke erupting from the blaze.
Multiple causes cannot be ruled out and the fire is undetermined in nature.
At 6:51 p.m., they had another call to a structure fire in the 1900 block of South Madison. This time, they found fire coming from the rear of the property.
They found the blaze in a detached garage and quickly extinguish it.
After a check of the building, once the fire was put out, it’s been determined a space heater was the cause and has been ruled as accidental.