DETROIT (WXYZ) - Crews responded to the scene of a two-alarm commercial building fire on Detroit's southwest side Monday morning.
The fire broke out on Federal Street and Hammond near Livernois and John Kronk Street at what neighbors are calling a flea market.
It started around 1:00 a.m. and crews say they still aren't sure what caused the flames.
DTE was called to the scene because of downed power lines.
There is no report of any injuries at this time.
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