HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Honolulu firefighters responded to a building fire early Monday morning.
According to officials, the fire broke just after midnight at Kiyo's Transmission Service on Queen Street.
Fire crews say there is significant damage to the interior of the business.
The amount of damages and the cause of the fire are unknown at this time.
This is the second fire the business has experienced in six months. Back in September, a vehicle caught fire outside of the shop, but did not damage the building.
Fire officials are looking to whether the two fires are connected.
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