The fire that raged Saturday afternoon at a warehouse on Indianapolis' southwest side pushed a plume of smoke into the air that could be seen for miles.
Here's the smoke plume as seen from the JW Marriott.
Here's the fire from the vantage point of the Indianapolis Zoo.
Here's a shot from Indianapolis' north side.
This picture was sent to us from near the scene.
Here's a shot from I-465.
Pieces of debris from the fire floated through the air. This landed in the RTV6 parking lot.
This picture was taken from near the scene.
Here's a shot from Kentucky Avenue at Mann Road.
Here's a view of the smoke plume sent to us from Cumberland.
Here's a shot from 16th Street and Shadeland Avenue.
Here's a view tweeted to us from Fishers. Some remarked that it looked like a tornado from that distance.
Here's a picture sent to us from U.S. 37 at Southport Road.
Here's a shot from the west side of Indianapolis.
Here are a couple of shots from Avon, along U.S. 36.
Here's another picture from Avon.
Here's another shot from Hamilton County.
Here was the view from downtown Indianapolis.
Here's a shot from the Indiana State Fairgrounds, where the Latino Expo was going on Saturday.
This shot is from closer in.
Here's a shot from our tower cam at the Chase building downtown.
The green you see on this picture from the National Weather Service office in Indianapolis is the smoke plume as seen from their radar.
Here's a similar view from StormTeam 6 radar.