MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) -- Mobile Fire-Rescue Department units responded to a fire at a gas station early Tuesday morning.

This was at the Clark's Exxon station, at 1725 Dauphin Island Parkway near Interstate 10, at about 3:23 a.m., according to MFRD.

The fire was extinguished. Witnesses say it started when a pickup truck crashed into a pump. 

Mobile police shut down Dauphin Island Parkway for about 30 minutes before the all-clear was given.

Mobile Fire-Rescue provides the following additional information:

Upon arrival on scene, the crew of Engine 16 confirmed a vehicle fire at a single fuel pump. Fire personnel quickly began fire attack operations to suppress flames and secure the area.

The fire was contained to the single fuel pump and vehicle without any extension. No injuries have been reported from the incident, and an investigation is underway to determine how the accident happened.

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