Firefighters respond after fire breaks out at storage facility in Leon Valley

Fire was called in just after 4 a.m.

LEON VALLEY, Texas – Leon Valley firefighters have responded to a fire at a storage facility that houses RVs and boats early Wednesday morning.

The fire broke out just after 4 a.m. at Leon Valley Storage, near the corner of Grissom Road and Poss Road.

According to an assistant fire chief with the Leon Valley Fire Department, the fire was inside a fenced storage facility that holds a lot of different items, including RVs, boats, personal items and even a food truck, all in covered units. There is no word on exactly what caused the fire.

The fire department said at least four units were affected by the flames. Firefighters were able to put the fire out quickly and there were no reported injuries.

Grissom Road was shut down early Wednesday between Bandera Road and Timberhill Drive because of the fire. The lanes reopened shortly after 7 a.m.

It is unclear exactly how much it will cost to repair the damage from the fire.

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