Video: Houston firefighters battle warehouse fire
More than 100 firefighters responded; 1 was treated for apparent heat exhaustion
By Mike Glenn
The Houston Chronicle
HOUSTON — A firefighter was treated for apparent heat exhaustion from a three-alarm warehouse blaze in east Houston.
The fire broke out about 2:30 p.m. Thursday at Supply Pro, a company that makes oil spill cleanup products in a building along Hahlo and Old Clinton Drive. All the employees were safe and accounted for, HFD officials said.
More than 100 firefighters fought the blaze. Thick clouds of black smoke could be seen for several miles in any direction.
- Heat Exhaustion
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