Using water buckets and an extinguisher, a construction crew put out a fire that appeared to start on a second-floor unit of the Fountainbleau Storage Building on Tulane Avenue about 6:20 p.m. Thursday.
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The workers were gathered on a roof attached to the unit. A dog watched the action on a balcony a few stories above the action. Firefighters with the New Orleans Fire Department arrived at the scene a few minutes after the flames appeared to engulf the unit.
No other details about the fire are available at this time. Check back for more.
Construction crew puts out fire at storage unit building on Tulane Avenue with water buckets, extinguisher. pic.twitter.com/iqXjyfcGpt— Ramon Antonio Vargas (@RVargasAdvocate) June 9, 2016