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Fire reported at Sapp Brothers

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Fire crews responded to a call at Sapp Brothers near 59th and Cornhusker Hwy. The call came out right before 4 AM Friday.

Fire trucks were on the scene surrounding the building.

Initial calls say employees opening up the building found heavy smoke inside and the sprinkler system going off.

It took fire crews a while to locate the fire. No one was injured. 

The fire has been put out and the sprinkler system has been turned off.  Fire officials say there is not much damage from the fire to the building. But there is smoke and water damage.

Hazmat crews are checked out the scene to make sure everything remained safe.

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