UPDATE: Monday morning’s fire was caused while a crew was preforming duct-work. It was quickly contained after 25 units and 75 firefighters responded.
The response was due to the size of the building.
This morning, the #EPFD responded to a Condition 4 Fire at the Blue Flame Bldg in downtown. The fire, accidentally caused while performing duct-work, was quickly contained. No injuries were reported. No structural damage. 25 units and 75 firefighters responded to the incident. pic.twitter.com/b9IhWLOe5x— El Paso Fire Department (@EPTXFire) November 19, 2018
ORIGINAL: The El Paso Fire Department was responding to a fire in Downtown El Paso Monday morning.
The fire was reported in the 300 block of Texas, by the El Paso Fire Department’s official twitter account.
It was classified as a condition 3 and upgraded to a Condition 4, which is a urgent response.
The fire department later said the fire was contained and no injuries were reported.
The cause of the fire and the exact location of it was not immediately available Monday morning.
The EPFD is responding to a Condition 3 Fire at 300 block of Texas. Stand by for updates.
Elementos de EPFD responden a un incendio Condición 3 en el bloque 300 de Texas. Estaremos informando. pic.twitter.com/PXLhp1kXou— El Paso Fire Department (@EPTXFire) November 19, 2018
KTSM will update this post as more information becomes available.