Wilmington's Caesar's Creek Flea Market caught fire, Friday afternoon.
(AP) Crews have extinguished a fire that damaged a large flea market in southwest Ohio. No injuries were reported.
Media outlets reported heavy smoke Friday afternoon at the Caesar Creek Flea Market at Wilmington, about 50 miles north of Cincinnati.
A State Highway Patrol dispatcher says there are no reports of injuries and the market isn't open to the public Friday. A Clinton County Sheriff's dispatcher confirmed the fire was out but had no details.
The Dayton Daily News reports authorities asked fire departments with available tankers to respond to the blaze at the 62-acre market.
A message was left with Levin Service Co. in Dayton, which owns and operates the site.
The market's website says it's open Saturdays and Sundays. Its indoor retail space houses more than 300 vendors.