A massive fire broke out in the 13600 block of Mitchell Road on Mitchell Island in Richmond Thursday night. Shane MacKichan.

VIDEO: Large fire breaks out on Mitchell Island

Several vehicles and a building at an auto-wrecking yard had caught fire

For the second time this year, a major fire broke out on Mitchell Island in Richmond.

Firefighters were called to the 13600 block of Mitchell Road around 8 p.m. on Thursday night to attend a massive blaze at an auto-wrecking yard.

Several of the vehicles were on fire, as well as a large building.

No word on whether anyone was hurt.

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