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WATCH: Fire breaks out in West Virginia food processing plant

The fire reportedly broke out in the building’s boiler room.

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In the early hours of Tuesday, officials responded to a fire that broke out in a Moorefield, West Virginia food processing facility.

The fire, which took place at the Pilgrim’s Pride chicken processing plant, was reported to Hardy County 911 at around 1:35 am, according to MetroNews.

Flames were showing from the South Main Street location when fire crews from Moorefield and neighboring communities of Petersburg and Romney arrived, according to the Cumberland Times-News.

An ambulance from West Hardy Emergency Medical Services was also at the scene, though no injuries were reported.

Crews cleared the scene at 4:15 am, the Hardy County 911 emergency center told the outlet. The fire reportedly broke out in the building’s boiler room.

Video taken at the scene shows onlookers standing by as a tower is fully engulfed in flames.

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