ENOLA, Pa. (WHTM) — A fire that damaged a vacant bar early Sunday morning in Enola, Cumberland County, has been ruled arson, Cumberland County Public Information Officer John Bruetsch said.

According to fire officials, the call came in around 2:18 a.m. for a report of a fire in the 100 block of South Enola Drive.

Bruetsch told abc27 that the bar that caught fire was called The Pink Cadillac, and it was closed for about 10 years and had not been in use ever since the closure.

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The tables inside the bar were set as if it was going to open in a few hours, like someone a decade ago got the dining room ready and then walked away, Breutsh said, although he said there was no alcohol there.

Bruetsch also stated that two firefighters were injured, both suffering from heat-related injuries. One was taken to the hospital and released, while the other was treated on scene.

No word on what started the fire at this time, but the state police fire marshal, East Pennsboro Township Police, and the fire department are investigating.

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