Fire Causes Damage at Daytona Beach Flea Market
It has been reported that 40-45 vendors at the Daytona Beach Flea Market were effected on Thursday when a fire started and caused $700,000 worth of damage. The Daytona Beach News-Journal reported that the fire started around 9:30 am inside a metal building that faces Interstate 95 and was extinguished within 15 minutes. The Sprinklers also contributed to the damage. The Flea Market will be open on Friday but the building where the fire was located will remain closed.
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