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Fire at Minneapolis restaurant shuts building down

It was reported Friday morning.

An early morning fire at a restaurant in Minneapolis' Cedar-Riverside neighborhood has shut the building down and rendered it "uninhabitable."

The fire was first reported by Minneapolis Fire Department at 5:30 a.m. at the building that is home to Masha Allah at 605 Cedar Ave. S., and apartments on the second floor.

Parts of the building affected by the blaze was a first floor grease vent/chute, with the fire spreading to the second floor above the kitchen.

A search of the building turned up no occupants, and no injuries have been reported.

 The cause of the fire has not yet been determined and is under investigation.

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