Hand sanitizer fuels large fire at Fort Worth warehouse

Fire destroyed a warehouse overnight near downtown Fort Worth.

The fire started in a dumpster around 10:30 p.m. Thursday.  It then spread to a building on Cullen Street.

Crews said the fire was fueled by a large amount of alcohol-based hand sanitizer inside the building. 

Firefighters had to work defensively from the outside of the building because it was too dangerous for them to go in.

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The fire grew quickly and burned for several hours. The warehouse ended up gutted.

Although no serious injures were reported, one firefighter was taken to the hospital for an evaluation.