Fire Breaks Out At UAW Headquarters In Detroit [VIDEO]

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By WWJ Newsradio 950

DETROIT (WWJ) - Firefighters responded to the United Auto Workers building in downtown Detroit after a fire broke out in the building.

The fire took off Saturday afternoon at the "Solidarity House" on East Jefferson Avenue at Van Dyke Avenue, not far from the bridge to Belle Isle. 

Reporting live from the scene, WWJ's Stephanie Davis said smoke appeared to be coming from the third floor of the building. Nine fire engines and several EMS trucks were on the scene.

Fire breaks out on the 3rd floor of the Ford/UAW Solidarity House on Jefferson at Van Dyke. no word on a calls yet and I’m told they were no injuries. @WWJ950 Listen at https://t.co/YNbPdRIKMn pic.twitter.com/KjMmIBFDxp

— Stephanie Davis (@sdaviswwj) July 13, 2019

Two firefighters were injured; one had a hand injury and the other complained of chest pains.

It's unclear what caused the fire. An investigation is ongoing. 

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