Fire_Mi Camino_1The Plymouth Fire Department was dispatched to 2550 North Michigan Street Tuesday afternoon about 3:56 for a fire at Mi Camino Real.

Fire_Mi Camino_2Before the fire department arrived on the scene Plymouth Police were able to confirm the fire due to the flames shooting from the roof of the restaurant.  The 911 call confirmed that all employees were out of the building.

Plymouth Fire Chief, Rod Miller immediately asked for mutual aid from LaPaz, Bremen and Argos.

Fire_Mi Camino_3Plymouth firefighters were able to extinguish the blaze within a few minutes and were on the scene for about 90 minutes making sure there are no hot spots.

UPDATE:  Plymouth Fire Chief Rod Miller said he believes the fire started on the exterior of the building around the patio area.  The fire spread up the false wall along the west side of the building and was contained to that wall only.  The interior of the restaurant sustained smoke damage but not fire damage.

The fire is under investigation by the Plymouth Fire Department.  Their investigator will be on the scene this week to do a more intensive investigation.  No cause has been determined at this time.