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No Injuries Reported After Wall Collapse at Vacant St. Louis (MO) Warehouse Fire

According to a report from St. Louis Post-Dispatch, no firefighters were injured after members narrowly escaped a wall collapse during a response at a two-story brick warehouse showing heavy fire on Martin Luther King Drive near Marcus Avenue.

Firefighters fought the flames at the vacant warehouse from the exterior.

Approximately 50 firefighters were on scene after about 1 a.m. St. Louis Fire Department Captain Garon Mosby said on Twitter that heavy fire was showing when the first-due crews arrived.

Garon Patrick Mosby/Twitter

The building suffered three major collapses.

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