2-Alarm Fire Fort Worth, Texas

The flames quickly spread to the underside of the roof and into the roofing materials, which caused a large column of smoke in the city's hospital district.


A two-alarm fire broke out in a Fort Worth, TX, dry-cleaning business on Jan. 29, after a chemical being removed from a tank leaked onto metal and ignited.

The flames quickly spread to the underside of the roof and into the roofing materials, which caused a large column of smoke in the city's hospital district.

One worker suffered minor injures in the fire, which was reported just after 9 A.M., and was placed under control in 42 minutes.