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A major fire in the Wyoming County community of Warsaw.
Flames destroyed a warehouse belonging to Warren’s Carpet Cleaning.
Over a dozen fire companies responded to the blaze yesterday afternoon on Butternut Street in Warsaw.
The building housed trucks and supplies for the well known cleaning business.
Officials believe that a piece of equipment inside one of the trucks may have triggered the blaze.
There were no injuries.
The fire so damaged the steel building that what was left had to be bulldozed.

Geico has reached its employment target of 2,500 workers in Erie County, and Warren Buffett says the company is not stopping their job creation in Western New York.  
Buffett is CEO of Geico parent company Berkshire Hathaway, and visited the Amherst facility yesterday.  
That facility has the capacity of 4,000 workers.

Senator Chuck Schumer is proposing a measure to permanently shift U.S. bound cargo inspections to the Canadian side of the Peace Bridge.  
Schumer's legislation would make the 18-month Canadian side inspection pilot program permanent. 
The shift of inspections has been discussed for years, but stalled because Canada refused to allow U.S. agents to carry guns.

The United Way of Genesee County reports it just about hit its fund raising goal.
The campaign announced that its $365,000 goal came up just $5,000 short…but still $3,000 more than collected last year.
 
 

 

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