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12/1/05

Warehouse Fire Under Investigation

Lubbock firefighters were called to a vacant warehouse on East 50th, Thursday morning.

Demolition crews have been working on the inside, disposing trash in a large roll-off container. That's where the fire started, but luckily, it did not spread to the warehouse itself.

The cause of the blaze is under investigation.

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