Fire Destroys Cages Of Linens At South Sacramento Facility
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SACRAMENTO COUNTY (CBS13) – Fire crews are investigating what caused a fire that destroyed cages of linens outside of a South Sacramento warehouse early Friday morning.
Metro Fire crews were the ones the stumble upon the fire. Crews were working on putting out a car fire around 3 a.m. in the area noticed smoke coming from the area of the AmeriPride Uniform Services building along Wilbur Way.
Firefighters soon found that cages of linens outside of the warehouse were fully engulfed in flames. Multiple cages were destroyed, but damage estimates have not been stated. The damage building was not damaged by the fire.
The items that caught fire were uniforms and oily rags that come from other companies to the facility to be laundered.
Fire investigators are not calling the incident suspicious at this time, but they will continue to sift through the debris to piece together how the inferno was sparked.