Sandy firefighters quickly knocked down a blaze at Superior Buck and Steel Friday.
Public safety dispatchers said the call came in about 2 p.m. of smoke and flames pouring from the second story of the business at 8685 S. 700 West.
Sandy Battalion Chief Derek Maxfield said a forklift in one of the part of the building had caught fire, causing black smoke to pour out of a nearby bay door. The machine also leaked diesel fuel that caught fire on the floor, but Maxfield said the damage to the building itself was mostly smoke-related. He estimated the damage at $20,000 to $25,000.