Fire crews control two-alarm fire at vacant commercial building in Concord

CONCORD — A two-alarm fire early Tuesday burned a vacant commercial building in the downtown area, fire officials said.

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Nobody was injured in the blaze, according to social media postings from the Contra Costa County Fire Protection District.

Crews needed about 2½ hours to knock it down, according to fire officials.

Crews responded to the area of Sunset Avenue and East Street. They remained there at 6 a.m., cleaning up the scene and monitoring hot spots.

Please check back for updates.

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