WACO, Texas — The Dairy Queen in Hewitt is back in business Monday after a small fire shut down the restaurant Thursday afternoon, according to management.

The Hewitt Fire Department said it got a call about smoke at the Dairy Queen at 200 Legacy Drive at 2:29 p.m. When units arrived, they saw light smoke and a small smoldering area coming from the back of the building, the department said. Two engines and Oncor Electric were at the scene. 

The Waco Fire Department said on Twitter at 2:39 p.m. it responded to the fire as well. 

Restaurant management said it needed time to assess the damage and make proper repairs before reopening.

The cause of the fire is still under investigation.

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