Three-alarm fire destroys warehouse

January 4, 2010 3:53:26 AM PST
After battling the flames for more than three hours, firefighters put on a three alarm warehouse fire in southwest Houston overnight. A fire truck was going back to the station after another call when they spotted smoke at a building on Beverly Hill near Bering. The smoke ended up coming from the Grover Printing Company. After realizing there was a lot of paper and paper products in the building, firefighters pulled three alarms.

"Currently right now, we don't have any issues with hazardous materials," said Asst. Chief Kevin Alexander with the Houston Fire Department. "We have the paper products that are burning and the units are actually putting those out as we speak."

No one was hurt in the fire and arson is trying to find out how it started.