Streets reopen after 3 alarm fire in downtown Salt Lake City
SALT LAKE CITY – A three-alarm fire in downtown Salt Lake City had firefighters working for most of Sunday morning at a vacant three-story building.
Fire crews closed streets in the area of the blaze at 150 E South Temple.
When they arrived around 2 a.m., the building was well-involved.
They started attacking the flames from outside and above.
Third alarm fire 150 E South Temple vacant building, no injuries, cause under investigation. South Temple closed State st.- 200 E. pic.twitter.com/bfxAEneuwL
— Salt Lake City Fire Department (@slcfire) February 20, 2022
Smoke could be seen coming from the area for much of the morning and firefighters planned to watch for hotspots for much of Sunday.
The building was set to be demolished before the fire.
No one was injured and the cause is under investigation.
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