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ABANDONED BUILDING DESTROYED BY FIRE IN CROSSVILLE

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Crossville firefighters responded to an abandoned building at the intersection of Keyes Street and Livingston Road late last night to a structure blaze. Deputy Fire Chief Chris South says crews arrived to see it fully engulfed and took up a defensive position to protect nearby companies. Officials say it was intentionally set and the establishment had a history of having homeless people in and around it. An exact cause is under investigation. This is the second fire of this nature in the city in just over a month. Back on October 1, firefighters went to a similar scene on Genesis Road near Wayne Avenue where a small abandoned dwelling was destroyed.

(Main picture by 105.7 News shows the aftermath this morning of the fire, actual fire picture courtesy of Camdon Myers)


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