Fire at Cleveland Clinic's New Weston Building

Crews responded to a two-alarm fire at the Cleveland Clinic's new building in Weston Friday.

Chopper 6 was over the building at 2950 Cleveland Clinic Boulevard as firefighters doused the roof of the building. A large plume of smoke could be seen for miles. The fire has been extinguished.

Officials with the city of Weston said the fire started in an electrical room at the new Cleveland Clinic Neurological Center around 12:30 p.m.

Portions of the hospital were evacuated. No patients were in the affected building, and no injuries have been reported.

"The fire was contained to the roof area and nobody was injured. As a precaution, we evacuated our outpatient clinic building for approximately one hour," the Cleveland Clinic said in a statement. "The outpatient clinic building is back to normal operations. We appreciate the quick response of the Weston Fire Department."

Witnesses reported hearing an explosion when the fire broke out.

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