CADDO MILLS, Texas (CBSDFW.COM/AP) – Emergency officials say several airplanes were destroyed in a hangar fire at a small airport in North Texas.

Fire officials say no one was hurt in Wednesday’s fire at Caddo Mills Municipal Airport, about 35 miles northeast of Dallas.

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Authorities are trying to determine what sparked the fire, which was brought under control after about two hours.

Caddo Mills Municipal Airport hanger fire (courtesy: Phil Eaton)

However, Hunt County Fire Marshal Richard Hill says no foul play is suspected in the fire that destroyed three aircraft, an automobile and a motorcycle were destroyed.

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A Piper Cub, a Beachcraft Bonanza and a Cirrus were the planes destroyed according to Caddo Mills Airport Manager  Phil Eaton.

Caddo Mills Municipal Airport hanger fire (courtesy: Phil Eaton)

Eaton said the fire appears to have been started by an electrical source, but no cause has been confirmed.

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