America Is Burning! Multiple Industrial Fires Hit Country TUESDAY

Numerous Multiple industrial fires shook the United States on Tuesday!

A fire broke out inside a Brooklyn lumber storage facility this morning, according to reports.

According to reports, the FDNY is currently working to put out the fire.

Nevertheless, New York was not the only state to experience a devastating industrial disaster.

Fires also ravaged Florida and West Virginia.

The event in Florida occurred at a welding shop in Medley.

A fire broke out at an alloy manufacturing company in Fayette County, West Virginia.

According to reports, two persons were murdered and three more were injured in the Medley explosion and fire.

Authorities are monitoring the air quality after multiple automobiles caught fire.


NBC 6 shared details:

Two people were killed and three others were injured after an explosion and massive fire that engulfed several vehicles and buildings at a Medley welding business Tuesday morning.

Miami-Dade Fire Rescue officials said crews responded to a reported explosion at the business in the 11300 block of Northwest S. River Drive around 8:30 a.m.

A nearby camera captured a massive ball of fire rising into the air from the business.

Chopper footage showed heavy black smoke and flames pouring out of multiple structures and vehicles at the scene.

The fire seemed to be contained to one business, but several cars appeared to be destroyed as crews worked to extinguish the flames.

The fire was put out by around 10 a.m.

Firefighters in West Virginia reacted to a fire at an alloy manufacturing plant.

The source of the fire is unknown, and no casualties have been recorded.


WOWK reported:

A fire broke out at the WVA Manufacturing plant on Tuesday at 9:52 a.m. in Alloy, West Virginia.

According to Fayette County dispatch, several crews are working to contain the fire. Armstrong Creek FD, Boomer FD, Smithers FD, and Montomerey FD are currently on the scene.

Dispatch says there are no injuries at this time.

The claims from New York, Florida, and West Virginia come in the wake of a major explosion at an Ohio manufacturing factory.




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