Blaze is caught early at Salt Lake club

A small fire at a vacant Salt Lake night club was being called suspicious Wednesday.
Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret Morning NewsA Salt Lake firefighter walks through overflow from a broken water main on 900 South State Wednesday after a fire at La Zona Rosa. Neighboring businesses of the La Zona Rosa, 900 S. 50 East, called the fire department about 1:40 p.m. after seeing smoke coming from the building.
The first arriving fire crews made forced entry to the building and found flames, said Salt Lake City fire battalion chief Kriss Garcia.
Although the fire was extinguished quickly, there was an early problem when a water main feeding the nearest hydrant broke, Garcia said.
"It was a matter of bad luck," he said.
Crews were able to use extra hoses and connect to another fire hydrant a few hundred feet away.
At least one witness saw some people leaving the building prior to the department being called.