NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Crews responded to a business center in southeast Nashville after an early-morning fire broke out.
The incident happened before 6:30 a.m. Friday at a small strip mall on Elm Hill Pike.
Smoke coming out of the roof at the Elm Hill Business center on Elm Hill Pike pic.twitter.com/sXWp1kLpza— Sophie N-K (@NC5_SophieNK) March 17, 2017
Officials on the scene said supplies for a convenience store caught fire in a storage room. It's unclear how the blaze started.
Sky 5 flew over the scene and showed smoke billowing from the building. Firefighters were seen using chainsaws to cut holes in the roof.
The business owner was placed into an ambulance for injuries not related to the fire.
Elm Hill Pike at Arlington Avenue was briefly shut down as crews remain on the scene but has since reopened.
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