Fire Ravages Salt Lake Cleaning Supply Building
Printing Press May Have Overheated
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(KUTV) Firefighters battled a four-alarm blaze in Salt Lake City late Wednesday afternoon, located at the Huish Building near 3500 West and 1900 South.

Flames broke out inside the building, forcing the evacuation of about 150 people. Officials say at least one suffered from minor smoke inhalation, but there are no reports of any serious injuries.

The building encompasses nearly a full city block, and officials say it appears the fire started near a printing press inside.

Huish manufactures "Sun" brand cleaning supplies.

The fire was eventually contained to one room. There was no immediate report on the extent of damage.