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(KSL News) -- It's won't be finished for another three years, but already there is a setback for crews working on the new IHC Medical Complex in Murray.
A passerby noticed flames coming from one of the trailers on the construction site around 4:00 this morning.
When fire crews arrived they discovered an Oakland Construction trailer engulfed in flames.
Right now, investigators say the fire started from the inside and worked its way out. The exact cause of the blaze, however, has yet to be determined.
Jesse Valenzuela/Murray City Fire Dept.: "rRght now, it's under investigation. We don't have any indication that it's suspicious or not. But we are investigating it. We've called in some extra investigators to assist on this."
Investigators say the fire is not suspicious, but they still don't know the exact cause.
The trailer served as the engineering hub for the new hospital and fire officials say it contained a lot of paperwork, computers, and blueprints for the project.
The hospital is in the early phases of construction and is set to be completed in 2007.