Cotton warehouse in east Lubbock catches fire again

Cotton warehouse in east Lubbock catches fire again

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A cotton warehouse near East 42nd Street and Locust catches fire again.

This same warehouse went up in smoke Saturday.

No cause has been released and no one was hurt.

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