Fire breaks out across from historic train station
Sun, 23 Jun 2013 02:22:42 GMT —
A fire engulfed a building just feet away from the historic Potter Street train station in Saginaw Saturday evening.
The fire broke out around 8p.m. at 715 North Warren Street.
The currently empty building was the former home of Train Depot and the Claude Spot.
Arson investigators were on the scene of the fire.
Crews were able to get the fire under control but smoke was heavy and blowing south due to the wind.
Officials have not released what caused the fire at this time.