RIVERDALE, Utah (ABC4) – Heavy smoke was could be seen from miles away as firefighters responded to a structure fire in Riverdale, Monday afternoon.
The fire reportedly broke out in the area of 900 West and 4600 South. Crews from Ogden Fire, Weber Fire, Riverdale, Roy, and South Ogden all immediately responded.
Officials say the fire was started by two transients who were inside the building, as they set fire to styrofoam for a heat source.
A woman inside the building did suffer smoke inhalation but is expected to be OK.
The fire remains under investigation.
This is a developing story. It will be updated as more information becomes available.