PHOENIX (KSAZ) - Firefighters responded to a trash fire that broke out in downtown Phoenix early Friday morning.
The Phoenix Fire Department says the fire broke out near 3rd Street and Virginia just after 5 a.m. When firefighters arrived at the scene, they discovered a fire was burning trash, plants and clothing in a nearby alley.
The fire also burned power poles and a crew from APS is at the scene to restore power to a nearby home.
There is no major damage as a result of the fire and the cause remains under investigation.
Fire now mostly out in alley near 3rd street and Virginia. Concern about power lines. No injuries. pic.twitter.com/c5gsJSOizg— Liz Kotalik FOX 10 (@LizKotalikFOX10) May 6, 2016