BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - Crews are responding to a two-alarm fire on Dorothy Street, Monday morning.
The Buffalo Fire Department and a Hazmat crew are one the scene, near Clinton and Babcock Streets, at an industrial fire.
Water cannot be used to put out the fire, because of titanium inside the building. Extra foam had to be brought in to battle the blaze.
Commissioner Whitfield told News 4 the fire is contained, and should be out soon.
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