Make it sound great, make it simple, make it beautiful.
Home US Heavy Smoke Seen Across North Texas As 5-Alarm Fire Burns At Foam...

Heavy Smoke Seen Across North Texas As 5-Alarm Fire Burns At Foam Recycling Plant – Washington News Post

FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – Heavy black smoke was visible as far east as Arlington from a massive commercial fire in Richland Hills on Thursday afternoon.

One worker who was inside when the fire started was injured (possibly from smoke inhalation) but was able to drive himself to the hospital.

READ MORE: ‘Our Death Totals Should Begin To Decline’ Says Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins On COVID-19

One-hundred-twenty-five firefighters from seven North Texas cities helped Fort Worth firefighters try to contain the blaze on the 2500 block of Handley Ederville Road. But as of 3:30 in the afternoon on Feb. 25, the fire had burned for more than three hours straight and the roof of the structure had collapsed.

One viewer sent CBS 11 News an email describing seeing “huge flames and huge billows of black smoke,” from her home in White Lake Hills.

Chopper 11 flew over the scene near the TRE station, showing just how large the fire was.

(credit: Chopper 11)

People in Haltom City who are downwind from the fire should shelter in place.

Regional workers from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality responded to the fire and are conducting off-site air monitoring.

There’s no word yet on what caused the fire but an employee told CBS 11 reporter Jason Allen that it started in the back of the building.

Drivers should avoid the area.

(credit: Chopper 11)

(credit: Timothy Uranga)

MORE NEWS: Frederick Daniels, 2nd Suspect Arrested For Murder Of Taboric Lee In Dallas Last December

Source

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

- Advertisment -

Most Popular