HOUSTON (KTRK) -- A fire at a Galleria-area store Thursday may have been started by a neon sign.
Fire crews were called out to the Kate Spade store on Drexel and Westheimer at around 2:30pm. The neon sign that's believed to have started the fire was in a second floor window.
The fire burned for about 10 minutes.
We're told there were about 10 people inside the store at the time. They were all able to get out safely.
There was no impact to neighboring businesses.
Fire breaks out at Kate Spade in Galleria area