The building that housed a Speedy Cash store at 2600 Independence Blvd. in Kansas City was damaged in the October fire that killed two firefighters and destroyed the building where the blaze started. The payday loan company is fighting to keep the building from being demolished.
The building that housed a Speedy Cash store at 2600 Independence Blvd. in Kansas City was damaged in the October fire that killed two firefighters and destroyed the building where the blaze started. The payday loan company is fighting to keep the building from being demolished. Joe Ledford jledford@kcstar.com
The building that housed a Speedy Cash store at 2600 Independence Blvd. in Kansas City was damaged in the October fire that killed two firefighters and destroyed the building where the blaze started. The payday loan company is fighting to keep the building from being demolished. Joe Ledford jledford@kcstar.com

Payday lender fights to save building damaged in fatal Independence Boulevard fire

December 13, 2015 05:17 PM