Union City crews fight 2 fires at same address

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UNION CITY, Tenn. — Firefighters responded twice to the same apartment Monday after a kitchen fire rekindled hours after the first call. The Union City Fire Department got a call just after 6 p.m. to Nash Street where a fire had started when someone had left a pot on the stove, according to the fire department. It took the department around 10 minutes to extinguish the fire. Two hours later, firefighters were called to the same address where the fire had rekindled, according to fire officials. This time is took the crew about an hour to put the fire out. The apartment where the fire started was the only one to receive fire and smoke damage, according to the department, although the apartment below received some water damage.

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