A Powell Butte property was left with extensive damages after a fire late Saturday night.
Crook County Fire and Rescue received an alert from the house on SW Riggs Road at around 10:15 p.m., according to Division Chief Russell Deboodt.
They found flames throughout the 1,500 square foot detached garage, and the homeowners used a garden hose to keep the fire from spreading to the main house.
Ten firefighters used two engines and a water tender to put out the flames.
Redmond Fire & Rescue sent a mutual aid engine, and Jefferson County EMS sent a mutual aid ambulance to help with other calls in the district during the fire.
The garage and its contents were a complete loss, with the main house suffering damage to three windows, melted siding, and charred eaves.
The cause was an accidental failure in a portable lithium ion battery pack.