Crews were able to get back to bulldozing an old tobacco warehouse in Greenville Thursday, after a blazing interruption. Embers were still smoking some 12 hours after a fire broke out at the old Keel's tobacco warehouse at the corner of Dickinson Avenue and Skinner Street. Investigators say the fire started as crews were working on demolishing the building. Sparks from cutting the metal roof fell into a wood pile, and the fire flared up. No one got hurt, and since the building is getting torn down anyway, there's no money lost.
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