A two-alarm fire struck Navy City Metals in Gorst Thursday afternoon. (South Kitsap Fire and Rescue photo)

A two-alarm fire struck Navy City Metals in Gorst Thursday afternoon. (South Kitsap Fire and Rescue photo)

Two-alarm fire at Gorst’s Navy City Metals

The blaze closed SR 3 and SR 16, but both have since reopened

A two-alarm commercial fire at Navy City Metals in Gorst early this afternoon closed both directions of SR 3 and westbound SR 16.

South Kitsap Fire and Rescue crews, along with assistance from the Bremerton Fire Department, Central Kitsap Fire and Rescue, and Navy Region Northwest Fire and Emergency Services, responded to the blaze. As of 2 p.m., fire units were still actively engaged with suppression operations, according to SKFR officials.

The highways reopened as of 1:20 p.m.

— This is a developing story.

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