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Crews douse fire outside Salt Lake warehouse



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SALT LAKE CITY -- Fire broke out on the loading dock of a Salt Lake City uniform company Saturday.

Fire crews were called out to the warehouse near 4300 West and 1600 South around 11 a.m. after smoke set off the warehouse sprinklers. When crews arrived, they found a fire on the loading dock and put it out quickly.

There was very little damage to the outside of the building and no damage inside.

Fire officials say the fire likely started when some rags sitting under a wooden awning got too hot and suddenly ignited.

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