Neil Young

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"Hey Hey, My My"...oh no!

A cache of Neil Young's personal treasures is up in smoke after a fire gutted a San Francisco Bay-area warehouse that stockpiled his belongings.

Belmont-San Carlos Fire Chief Doug Fry tells E! News the blaze began early Tuesday and damaged about one-third of the 10,000-square-foot space, including cases of music equipment and a vintage car, before being brought under control.

The building housed six classic cars (Young's a big-time collector) and various paintings the Canadian rocker has done over the years. Some of the vehicles were able to be moved out and "about 50 to 70 percent" of his memorabilia was able to be salvaged, Fry said.

No one was injured in the inferno and officials are conducting a routine investigation, though the fire does not appear suspicious at all.

A rep for the 64-year-old Young was not immediately available for comment.

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