Posted: Mar 25, 2013 11:15 AM
Updated: Mar 25, 2013 6:05 PM
CORPUS CHRISTI - Investigators are back at the Weber Creek Storage facility trying to find out what sparked a massive blaze on Saturday.
Officials they've requested a crane to lift the roofing off the damaged area so investigators can take a closer look. The fire destroyed several recreational vehicles kept at the facility in a matter of minutes.
Crews had trouble getting hoses to reach the blaze that ignited hundreds of feet from the nearest fire hydrant and had to use hose connections to reach the fire.
A foam truck from Naval Air Station Corpus Christi made a huge difference in the fire fight.
Renters with damaged property have already been notified about the blaze. As for the 400 other customers, the storage company wants people to know they are locked down until the investigation is over.
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