CHARLOTTE — Fire crews worked to put a cardboard fire near a building in north Charlotte Tuesday morning, according to the Charlotte Fire Department.
Channel 9′s Tower Cam could see crews putting out the fire near a building near East 28th Street just after 8:30 a.m., where large amounts of smoke came spewing out. It is unclear where the fire started. No one was hurt, according to MEDIC.
UPDATE: @Charlottefiresays a large pile of cardboard caught fire. No injuries reported and the structure is not in jeopardy. #clt #clttraffic #cltraffic https://t.co/3IhgZWvpaQ— Traffic Team 9 (@TrafficTeam9) January 17, 2023
Smoke started to spread in the area nearby, creating a dense fog.
This is a developing story. Check back for updates.
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