Overnight Fire Damages Nampa Daycare
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NAMPA, Idaho (KBOI) - Investigators are looking into the cause of an overnight fire that badly damaged a daycare in Nampa.
Flames and smoke were seen around 10:30 pm at the "Butterflies and Dragonflies" building on 12th Avenue South.
Firefighters rushed to the scene and got the fire knocked down quickly, but there was extensive smoke damage and the exterior of the building is charred.
The daycare is now closed, and fire crews say the damage could hinder the business for a while.
Two firefighters were hurt as they put out the fire. One firefighter was sent to Saint Al's Hospital for smoke inhalation. Another rolled on his ankle. Both are expected to be okay.
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