Firefighters from South King Fire & Rescue extinguish a box truck fire on Wednesday morning. The fire shut down South 356th Street. South King Fire & Rescue

Firefighters from South King Fire & Rescue extinguish a box truck fire on Wednesday morning. The fire shut down South 356th Street. South King Fire & Rescue

Box truck fire shuts down South 356th Street

South King Fire & Rescue is working to reopen road.

A box truck fire on Wednesday morning shut down South 356th Street at Third Avenue Southwest.

South King Fire & Rescue was on the scene at about 10:30 a.m.

At about 10:50 a.m the department posted to its Twitter account that the fire was out and crews were working to reopen the road.

The Mirror will update this story as more information becomes available.

South King Fire & Rescue puts out a box truck fire on Wednesday morning. Courtesy South King Fire & Rescue

South King Fire & Rescue puts out a box truck fire on Wednesday morning. Courtesy South King Fire & Rescue

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