Two-alarm fire breaks out at warehouse

July 23, 2008 3:08:17 AM PDT
A tank of hot asphalt is to blame for a two-alarm fire in southeast Houston. Investigators say the fire started at a warehouse on Dixie near Luce around 10pm yesterday. The warehouse dips chains, ship anchors and wrecking balls in asphalt. Crews say one of those asphalt tanks caught fire and then spread flames throughout the building.

Firefighters used foam to put out the flames. No one was hurt.

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