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Industrial Firefighting: Firefighters Control Fire at Ozark (MO) Wood Products Company

More than 50 employees fled a fast-spreading fire yesterday at a wood products company in Ozark, Missouri. High winds helped spread the fire, which began when a stack of wooden pallets outside Industrial Wood Products caught fire, according to a report on News-Leader.com (http://sgfnow.co/1c6R7vZ). Smoke from the fire could be seen for miles. In addition to wind, water supply problems made things difficult for firefighters at the scene. The fire extended from the main building to several other structures. Ozark Fire Protection District firefighters received help at the scene from the Nixa, Logan-Rogersville, Sparta, Springfield, Battlefield, and Highlandville fire districts in controllin...

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