Fire Breaks Out at AMACOR Magnesium Alloy Plant, Indiana

- May 12th, 2014

The Herald Bulletin reported that a fire broke out on Saturday morning at a factory owned by Advanced Magnesium Alloys Corporation in the United States. The cause of the fire remains unknown, according to the Bulletin. A manager at the plant, Arie Shaked, stated that the fire was not toxic.

The Herald Bulletin reported that a fire broke out on Saturday morning at a factory owned by Advanced Magnesium Alloys Corporation in Anderson, Indiana. The cause of the fire remains unknown, according to the Bulletin. A manager at the plant, Arie Shaked, stated that the fire was not toxic.

As quoted in the publication:

Shaked said it would take several hours for the fire to consume itself. He said there would be an internal investigation to find the cause of the fire. Anderson Fire Department Assistant Battalion Chief Jeff Kline responded to the scene along with other emergency personnel. Kline said that when they arrived, factory employees trained to fight magnesium fires were bringing out salt to cover the flames.

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