Building at Ohio woodworking facility ‘total loss’ after massive fire

PLAIN CITY, Ohio — Crews from multiple departments were called to battle a large fire that broke out at an Ohio woodworking facility early Tuesday morning.

The fire started at a business in the 8000 block of Carters Mill Road near Plain City, our news partners at WBNS reported.

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Firefighters say they saw heavy flames shooting out of a building on the property as they arrived at the scene just after 4 a.m., WBNS reported.

Efforts to put out the fire were hindered by a lack of a municipal water system near the fire, according to officials.

The structure has been deemed a total loss and the cause is currently under investigation by the Pleasant Valley Fire District, WBNS reported.

Officials said 60 firefighters from 11 different departments responded to the scene

No injuries have been reported from the fire.

We will continue updating this story as we learn more.

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