The fire was accidental and arose from an engine compartment of the car.
“The wind was a factor in the growth of the fire as the building formed a wind tunnel-type environment that caused the fire to spread rapidly,” Stitzel said. “The wind also made it more difficult to extinguish the fire, but was brought under control within 30 minutes.”
Dayton fire crews also responded to the scene, the Montgomery County Regional Dispatch Center confirmed.
Mutual aid assistance also came from Wright-Patterson Air Force Base and Kettering fire departments.
We are working to learn more and will update this story with any new information.