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Firefighters battled a blaze Tuesday night in a vacant building near 20th and Main streets in downtown Kansas City. The blaze forced the streetcar line to be shut down for less than an hour. Toriano Porter The Kansas City Star
Firefighters battled a blaze Tuesday night in a vacant building near 20th and Main streets in downtown Kansas City. The blaze forced the streetcar line to be shut down for less than an hour. Toriano Porter The Kansas City Star

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