WATCH: Explosive Fire Breaks Out Behind San Angelo Apartment Complex

SAN ANGELO — No one was injured after a fire broke out behind a church on one of San Angelo’s busiest roads.

According to reporters at the scene at around 11:30 p.m. firefighters with the San Angelo Fire Department responded to a call for a fire at the 4200 block of Sherwood Way. Scanner reports indicated a blown transformer may have caused the fire.

When firefighters arrived they discovered a transformer that had burst into flames behind the Heights Church. 

The crew was able to put the fire out quickly and no one was injured in the crash. 

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