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Deputies investigating possible drug lab after fire in Falcon

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Deputies are searching a property in El Paso County where a suspected drug lab caught fire Friday night.

Deputies requested a search warrant after two people were hurt in a fire that burned a detached garage in the 6500 block of Pfost Drive in Falcon around 6 p.m. Friday.

The extent of their injuries are unknown at this time. Firefighters said it's unclear if the people who were injured were owners or residents of the home.

Fire crews from Falcon, Ellicott, Black Forest all responded. It is not yet clear what started the fire.

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