Crews responded to a fire in San Jose Saturday afternoon, officials said.
Firefighters battled a fire on the 200 block of Leo Avenue and it was threatening commercial structures, the fire department said via Twitter.
Officials said the flames burned inside a pile of junk and started to threaten nearby buildings. The fire is now under control.
The department warned people to try and avoid it. The area has since reopened.
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Firefighters said that they had to use excavators to move debris so they could douse the flames. The fire only caused minor damage to an abandoned warehouse.