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Huge factory fire near East 65th and Sidaway

Fire at E. 65th and Sidaway in Cleveland (Source: 19 Action News viewer) Fire at E. 65th and Sidaway in Cleveland (Source: 19 Action News viewer)
Fire at E. 65th and Sidaway in Cleveland Fire at E. 65th and Sidaway in Cleveland
Fire at E. 65th and Sidaway in Cleveland Fire at E. 65th and Sidaway in Cleveland
Fire at E. 65th and Sidaway in Cleveland (Source: 19 Action News viewer) Fire at E. 65th and Sidaway in Cleveland (Source: 19 Action News viewer)
Fire at E. 65th and Sidaway in Cleveland (Source: 19 Action News viewer) Fire at E. 65th and Sidaway in Cleveland (Source: 19 Action News viewer)

Cleveland Fire Department is on the scene of a large fire near East 65th Street and Sidaway Avenue. 

Dispatchers tell 19 Action News the fire is a "triple three" alarm fire and they are working to put out the blaze in the unoccupied factory. 

According to witnesses flames can be seen from several blocks away.

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