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(KSL News) Fire crews have doused flames from an overnight fire in Salt Lake.
Firefighters say they knew right where to go because the building at 1300 S. 400 East used to house car parts. But recently, fire crews have used it as a place to practice knocking down walls.
The fire spread quickly. Smoke could be seen from I-15.
Crews knocked the flames down within minutes. No one was hurt.
The building is abandonned. Fire officials believe squatters started the blaze.