Blaze erupts in downtown Houston building as TS Harvey rages on

A building caught fire in Houston, Monday, Aug. 28, 2017, as flooding from Tropical Storm Harvey ravaged the city. (Chris Hisle [Twitter/@cspwal])

HOUSTON (Sinclair Broadcast Group) - A building caught fire in downtown Houston Monday morning, as Tropical Storm Harvey continued to cause catastrophic flooding in the Magnolia City.

According to KPRC, Houston Fire Department crews responded to the office building in the 1100 block of Bell Street.

Pictures and videos of the blaze were posted on social media.

KPRC reported around 10:15 a.m. Central time that the fire had been put out. Reporter Haley Hernandez said a firefighter appeared to have been injured.

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