UPDATE: At least 60 firefighters battled a blaze that destroyed a garden maintenance shed at Lake Hume Village overnight on Monday.
NSW Rural Fire Service Inspector Ben Shepherd said the fire was brought under control just before 1am Tuesday.
Firefighters patrolled the site overnight, with fire investigation officers due to arrive Tuesday morning.
Mr Shepherd said the shed measured about 20 metres by 20 metres.
"The initial concern was to try and stop the spread of the fire to other adjoining structures, which they managed to do, albeit the garden maintenance shed has been destroyed," he said.
"It took a number of hours to bring it under control, but thankfully that was done without any reported injuries.
"In the end, there were more than 50 firefighters and 17 trucks from the Rural Fire Service, and eight firefighters and two trucks from Fire and Rescue NSW."
IN OTHER NEWS:
EARLIER: Firefighters from both sides of the Border are responding tonight to a structure fire at Lake Hume Village.
NSW Rural Fire Service Inspector Ben Shepherd told The Border Mail firefighters had worked on the blaze for several hours.
"Crews arrived on scene at around 9:20pm this evening, to find a shed on fire, threatening another structure," he said
"Crews have stopped that (the spread) and now have the upper hand."
Mr Shepherd said firefighters would remain on scene for several hours and a fire investigator has been requested to attend.
More than 50 firefighters are battling the shed fire from both sides of the border, with personnel from both NSW RFS, Fire and Rescue NSW and CFA on scene.
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