A large fire at a resin business in Georgia was put out by Georgia firemen, although it necessitated the issuance of an evacuation notice for certain nearby areas.
At 6:21 p.m., the Glynn County Board of Commissioners announced through Facebook that an evacuation order had been issued for the Brunswick, Georgia, region within a half-mile of the Pinova plant. The board of commissioners said at 8:30 that the fire has been put out and that no injuries have been recorded.
The tweet below confirms the news:
Georgia county issues evacuation order for area around plastic resin plant after massive fire breaks out https://t.co/ZgBYTDJBdk pic.twitter.com/dbjbBrhtIN
— Fox News (@FoxNews) April 16, 2023
According to the board of commissioners, assistance has arrived from the Jacksonville Fire Department.
On Saturday morning, there was a fire at the factory that was thought to be under control by 9:55 a.m., but according to officials, it rekindled by 3:10 p.m. Officials initially created a shelter-in-place order before issuing an evacuation order.
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