Commercial sheet metal storage unit hit by blaze

Sheet metal storage units at an industrial park in Texas have been hit by fire after a large commercial building was engulfed in flames.

The National Weather Service in Houston said the fire broke out at the industrial park of Owyhee Industrial Park on Friday evening.

Firefighters arrived at the scene around 11:30pm local time and managed to contain the blaze, which started in a structure in the building and spread to a building adjacent to the park.

The park was closed and reopened by 11:45pm, the National Weather service said.

Owyhee’s Industrial Park in Texas has a total of 14,000 employees.

“This fire is currently under investigation by the fire department, the fire marshal’s office and the Texas Department of Public Safety,” said the park’s website.

A fire at the Owyhees Industrial Park broke out near the industrial zone in Texas, April 1, 2018.

Flames burst through the structure shortly after 11:00pm local day.

According to fire officials, the park has been in operation for about 25 years.

The fire was declared under control by 11.30pm.