Durant firefighters were dispatched at 1:21 to the west side travel plaza and upon arrival, they quickly extinguished one fire, according to a department report.
The other building was full of items and firefighters had difficulty reaching the fire. One building sustained moderate damage and the other was a total loss. According to the fire department, the fires are of a suspicious origin because the buildings were in a fenced-in area and there was no heat source.
Damage was estimated at $12,000.
In other fire calls, firefighters investigated a smoke odor Sunday morning at a 703 N. Third Ave. residence. Firefighters determined a motor inside a heating unit had overheated. There was no fire.
The Dennis Huggins Apartment complex at 101 W. Main was evacuated at 10:26 p.m. Saturday after the fire alarm activated. Firefighters investigated and determined there was no fire. It was not disclosed why the alarm went off.
Also Saturday evening, firefighters responded to a Dumpster fire at Third and Mulberry.