Video: 4-alarm warehouse fire in Allentown, Pennsylvania

Fire reported Sunday in vacant storage building

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Video above by Mike Nester of Nester Video Production and more below from Northeast Bravest taken during yesterday’s (Sunday) 4-alarm fire in a vacant Allentown, Pennsylvania warehouse that continues to burn today.

Peter Hall & Daniel Patrick Sheehan, The Morning Call:

More than 17 hours after fire erupted in a vacant Allentown warehouse, firefighters continue to battle flames and are wary the vast brick and timber building could collapse.

Around 5:45 a.m. Monday, firefighters on emergency radio spoke of a “collapse zone” now established around the building on the 400 block of North Franklin Street, near the intersection of 15th and Gordon streets. At 9 a.m., the zone was being expanded on the Franklin Street side of the building.

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