It wasn’t immediately clear what caused the fire, which quickly consumed the building.
Crews responded to the junkyard after receiving multiple reports of thick, black smoke filling the air.
Authorities say the “all-clear” has been given at a downtown Detroit high-rise that was evacuated after a fire alarm was reported on the 42nd floor.
Apparently the fire started in the garage — where something was being cooked — then spread throughout the house.
A man who was “squatting” at a vacant house on Detroit’s east side was injured after jumping from a window to escape a fire.
Investigators are looking for the cause of an early morning fire in Pontiac that sent man running for his life.
The blaze started around 8:30 a.m. at a home on Yellowstone Street near the area of Livernois and Grand River.
A campus emergency alert went out at 9:40 a.m. Thursday.
– An investigation is underway after a third alarm condominium fire in Auburn Hills.
Traffic backups are being reported on Telegraph Road in Bloomfield Township as firefighters battle a blaze at a former health club that is currently under renovation.