Madison firefighters have been scrambling.  This morning, they've been on scene of the GEF-1 building on East Washington Avenue.  Fire department spokeswoman Lori Wirth says they got the first call just before 2. Wirth says around 4 a.m., they were able to locate the fire in a ceiling and were able to knock it down.

Madison firefighters have barely been able to catch their breath.   They were on three simultaneous calls between 6:30 and 7:00 last night. the most serious of the calls was at a home on Pulley Drive on the east side.  Nobody was home, but there were a number of pets. A dog and two chinchillas died, but a bearded dragon was rescued.