The business fire on highway 19/41 th north expressway has initially been ruled a unspecified ark from an electrical source by the Spalding Fire Department and Spalding Fire Marshall. The Fire occurred on Sunday nigh about 7:45 when 911 received a call of heavy smoke and fire being seen at the Andrews Auto Salvage. Units from the Spalding County Fire Department, Spalding County Sheriff’s Office, Spalding EMS, and Griffin Fire Rescue, responded to the scene. Upon arrival firefighters discovered a working fire. Assistant Chief Jamie Clark told WKEU NEWS, several vehicles were in the area of the fire, and there were at several acetylene bottles that started exploding. The Chief moved firefighters into a defense mode and called in ladder trucks from the City and County departments as the fire was quickly spreading. Additional units of the Spalding County Fire Department responded with a ladder truck along with the City of Griffin ladder truck. The ladder trucks were able reach the flames of the building. Spalding County Fire Department Ladder truck was set up in the south bound lanes of 19/41. Due to the intense fire both north and south bound lanes were closed and traffic was diverted onto Old Atlanta Road. Captain Williams Spalding Fire Marshal said that the fire was still being investigated but preliminary evidence shows a possible electrical fire.