MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Fire crews are on the scene of a fire that’s causing a massive smoke plume on the southeast side of St. Paul Monday afternoon.
Sky4 footage of the scene shortly before 2:30 p.m. showed fire crews battling the smoke at an industrial building on 1300 block of Red Rock Road. It appeared the fire involves a pile of scrap metal at AMG Resources.READ MORE: St. Paul Registered Sex Offender Indicted for Child Pornography
According to the St. Paul Fire Department, the call came in around 1:30 p.m. Monday. Crews quickly responded and were able to stop the fire from growing.READ MORE: Education Minnesota Urges Schools To Vaccine School-Aged Children
Some AMG employees used heavy equipment to break up the debris so firefighters could more effectively douse it, the department said.
The fire’s cause is under investigation, but it’s presumed to be accidental. There were no injuries.MORE NEWS: ‘It Was Very Much A Shock To Us': Allina Phillips Eye Institute To Operate In Different Location In 2022
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