Fire crews say it's the fourth time recently, that they've had to respond to a fire at an old abandoned factory at 26th & Dillon Drive in Pueblo.
The factory, which manufactured bricks, has been abandoned for a few decades, according to fire officials. However, that hasn't stopped people from lighting fires inside the dangerous structure.
Monday fire crews rushed out to find the same story, what they called a "nuisance" fire. They were able to get it out quickly, and with no injuries.
Fire officials say if the abandoned factory ever did really go up flames, they wouldn't send anyone inside, because of the instability of the structure.
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