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Hwy 11 in Trussville closed due to gas station fire

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BP Station on Hwy 11 in Trussville on fire (abc3340.com) BP Station on Hwy 11 in Trussville on fire (abc3340.com)
BP Station on Hwy 11 in Trussville after fire (abc3340.com) BP Station on Hwy 11 in Trussville after fire (abc3340.com)
TRUSSVILLE - AL - Trussville firefighters are battling a big fire in the 7000 block of Gadsden Highway.  The BP gas station caught fire around 4:30 a.m. Tuesday, according to dispatchers.

ABC 33/40 has a crew on the scene, reporting massive flames engulfing the business.  Because of the fire, a section of Gadsden Highway is closed.  We're told you cannot go northbound on Highway 11 at Deerfoot Parkway.

Please make alternate driving plans before heading out the door.  We will bring you updates as information becomes available.
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