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Fire at Little Rock plant extinguished  

Credit:  No injuries were reported. Written by Jay Jackson, www.todaysthv.com 27 July 2011 ~~

Little Rock Police are giving the all clear after a small fire shut down production L.M. Wind Power.

According to Adam Ruple with L.M. Wind Power, an accident at the facility on Frazier Pike set a chemical cabinet, filled with a highly flammable material, on fire around 10:30 am Wednesday.

Ruple says staff tried to put it out themselves, but when they could not, police and HAZMAT teams were called.

Authorities evacuated the plant and shut down production until the fire was contained.

Source:  No injuries were reported. Written by Jay Jackson, www.todaysthv.com 27 July 2011

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