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Was there a fire at the Standard Knitting Mill in Knoxville, Tennessee?

ON January 30, a fire was reported at the Standard Knitting Factory in Knoxville, Tennessee.

The Knoxville Fire Brigade responded to the structural fire when there were reports of smoke and large flames rising from the building.

At around 6 p.m. Knoxville Fire responded to reports of a fire at the Standard Knitting Mill building.

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At around 6 p.m. Knoxville Fire responded to reports of a fire at the Standard Knitting Mill building.

Was there a fire at the Standard Knitting Mill in Knoxville, Tennessee?

The Knoxville Fire Department sent a truck to the scene on Washington Avenue just after 6 p.m.

Their official Twitter account said, “The Knoxville Fire Department is responding again to the Standard Knitting Mill. There are reports of heavy smoke and fire at this time.”

This is the second time today that the Texas mill located in Donwtown Knoxville has caught on fire.

The previous Sunday morning, KFD had reported a fire that had been quickly extinguished.

At that time three people were detained by local authorities in connection with the fire.

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Bobby Allyn

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