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Vancouver firefighters were called back to Terminal Avenue early this morning, a day after a 3-alarm fire ripped through the "North-West Produce" warehouse in the 700 block of Terminal Way at Carolina.
There's just a single fire engine on scene and they're using a crane to spout water on a pile of debris sitting right in the middle of what is left of a warehouse here on Terminal Avenue just past Carolina
It might be a while before terminal is open if you're heading out of Vancouver because there is a massive pool of water just in front of the Self-Storage on the westside of the burned out building, where fire crews accessed a fire hydrant.
They poured water on the latest flareup at 4am but everything is back under control.
Firefighters on the scene say this latest fire resulted from high winds re-igniting a hot spot.