Fire damages Cranberry warehouse
A fire Sunday morning at a warehouse in Cranberry was brought under control in 45 minutes, according to a Butler County emergency dispatcher.
The fire at a building near Boundary and Marshall roads was reported at 7:08 a.m. by US Liner. The dispatcher said no one was injured, and he did not know have a damage estimate.
The Cranberry Volunteer Fire Department responded to the blaze and was assisted by four other departments.
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