Federal agents are investigating a fire that caused more than $6 million in damage at an auto parts warehouse in Pennsylvania.
Nearly 20 fire companies battled the blaze at the Pennsylvania Collision Parts warehouse in Zelienople. The fire started just before midnight Sunday.
The building will likely be torn down because the roof and rear wall collapse and a side wall has buckled.
Federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives spokesman John Hageman says agents are assisting a state police fire marshal’s investigation.
Company officials say the warehouse will likely be rebuilt, but not necessarily at the same site.
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