RED WING — An intentional fire set in an upstairs bedroom garbage can prompted a call to firefighters Tuesday afternoon, March 31, according to a news release.

Red Wing Fire Department responded after 2 p.m. Tuesday to the 3500 block of Skyline Drive on a report of a structure fire. A small fire contained to the garbage can was put under control within six minutes of crews arriving on scene. Firefighters worked for about 15 minutes clearing smoke from the residence.

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No injuries were reported. It was determined the fire was set intentionally, so no investigation was being conducted, according to the fire department.

Two fire engines, two ambulances and a ladder truck responded. Red Wing police and Goodhue County dispatch assisted with the incident.