Four Harrogate district fire crews battled a blaze in an outbuilding in North Rigton this morning.
North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service firefighters were at the scene for three hours after being summoned at 6.26am.
Two crews from Harrogate, one from Knaresborough, one from Ripon fought the fire with the aid of a Boroughbridge water bowser, which is a large water tank on wheels.
North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service told the Stray Ferret at 12.40pm that a fire investigation officer remained at the scene to identify the cause of the blaze.
The 10 metre x five metre outbuilding is next to a property on High Moor Road, driving towards Beckwithshaw.
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