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Fire reported at vacant building in Youngstown

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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio - Youngstown firefighters responded to a vacant structure fire in Youngstown.

Officials say the fire was at Avondale Avenue and Rush Boulevard. A dispatch official said that light smoke was seen coming out of the top of the building and that fire was on all three levels.

The fire was cleared around 6 a.m. No one was reported injured in the blaze.

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