CHESTER, N.J. (CBSNewYork/AP) — A fast-moving barn fire killed nearly two dozen animals in Morris County on Sunday morning, authorities said.

Chester police say the fire broke out around 7:20 a.m. at a Pottersville Road site. It appears that a heat lamp sparked the blaze, but authorities say the investigation is ongoing.

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NJ.com reported that three goats and 19 chickens were killed in the fire, which destroyed the barn and damaged part of a fence.

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It wasn’t clear if any people were in the barn when the fire began, but no injuries were reported.

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