SALT LAKE CITY — Salt Lake City fire crews put out a fire that broke out at a sign making business in the area 1900 South 900 West early Saturday morning.
According to Salt Lake City Fire officials, fire crews responded on scene before 3:00 a.m., finding heavy smoke coming out of the building.
Flames could be seen coming out of a roof vent, prompting them to pump water to the roof and down the vent in order to make it easier to access the building.
From there, they were able to knock down the flames and keep them from spreading to any adjacent buildings.
No one was injured in the fire, as the business was not open for business. The cause remains under investigation.