HAZMAT called to fire in South Philadelphia
SOUTH PHILADELPHIA - April 19, 2012 (WPVI) -- Hazmat crews were called to a South Philadelphia facility that caught fire just before noon this morning
Flames engulfed the building on the 2900 block of Delaware Avenue.
Officials say trash was burning inside.
Crews were concerned about hazardous materials also in the building.
There is no word on if those materials burned or pose a threat to the environment.
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