Flames flare up in warehouse destroyed in fire

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Chicago firefighters were back on the scene of a warehouse fire from earlier this week after flames rekindled early Thursday morning.
Flames began to break out early this morning at 37th and Ashland Ave at the former Harris Marcus Group building.
Tuesday night’s fire was a 5-11 alarm blaze which spread quickly from the old timber in the warehouse. which is now draped in ice.
The flames have since been estinguished.

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1 Comment

  • Deric

    Instead of continuing to keep pumping water in on these flare ups, why not use foam technology? AFFF (Aquious Film Forming Foam)is used on Navy ships to smother out fire.

    This could save a lot of time and money!