A screenshot of the video posted by Puget Sound Fire, showing crews working on extinguishing the fire that occurred in the Maple Valley Safeway.

A screenshot of the video posted by Puget Sound Fire, showing crews working on extinguishing the fire that occurred in the Maple Valley Safeway.

Breaking: Fire in Maple Valley Safeway

Puget Sound Fire is at the scene

A fire broke out at the Maple Valley Safeway at the 26900 block of Maple Valley Black Diamond Highway, it said in a Tweet by Puget Sound Fire Authority.

The fire is now out and all customers exited safely and nobody was hurt, including firefighters, the most recent tweet said.

There is still heavy smoke throughout the store.

The King County Fire Investigator will determine the cause.

This is an ongoing story and will be updated once the reporter has more information.

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