No one was injured Thursday in a fire discovered at the Bryant Center that remains under investigation.

Racine firefighters responded at 1:33 p.m. Thursday to the Dr. John Bryant Center for a report of “flames in the boys bathroom” and that the building was being evacuated.

When crews arrived, they discovered a small fire that was extinguished quickly. RFD Lt. Scott Sorce said a hand line was extended and that the fire was contained to a few lockers.

The fire caused an estimated $1,500 in damages, and it remains under investigation.

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