Firefighters quickly put out a garage fire in Billings Friday night.
Several engines responded to the structure fire behind the home at 640 Cook Avenue.
Battalion Chief Jason Lyon said the call came in at 6:10 and crews had the fire out in about eight minutes.
The fire charred the exterior siding of the garage, the outside of a neighbor's garage and caused a power line to fall, according to Deputy Fire Marshal Andrew McLain.
Two homes lost power.
Paramedics treated one man for minor problems from the smoke.
The fire caused about $25,000 worth of damage.
McLain stated in a news release that the cause of the fire is under investigation.