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Cause of Arrowhead Powder Coating Fire Determined

Wichita Falls fire investigators have determined what sparked a fire at an oil field industry business Tuesday evening.
Fire investigators have determined that electrical issues caused a fire at an oil field industry business Tuesday evening.

It happened in the 4700- block of Jacksboro Highway around 6:45, next door to Scott's Drive-In.

Arrowhead Powder Coating is a business with very large, walk- in ovens.

The powder coating that's baked onto oil field equipment is meant to make the equipment last much longer.

The owner of the shop told our crew on the scene nothing inside the building was combustible.

Sheriff's deputies did respond to the scene quickly when someone ran over a fire hose.

That person was expected to be ticketed, and possibly one other.

No injuries were reported.

The assistant fire marshal says damages are estimated at 100,000 dollars.
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