By Tim Jimenez, Justin Finch

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – A three-alarm fire at a Southwest Philadelphia warehouse left a firefighter injured Wednesday night and investigators are now working to determine the cause of the fire.

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Firetrucks remained on the scene overnight, even with the huge flames out. The fire ripped through an abandoned warehouse at 71st and Kingsessing Avenue.

A stubborn situation, the fire wasn’t placed under control until late at night, hours after the 9-1-1 calls first came in at 8:30 p.m.

Fire officials would call for three alarms. The one person hurt, officials say, is a firefighter with minor injuries.

Public records show the warehouse measures more than 60,000 square feet.

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There are homes and businesses near the warehouse, but they were not damaged.

Traffic remained blocked in the area Thursday morning.


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