Another Fire at Jersey City (NJ) Recycling Company

Jersey City (NJ) firefighters battled another fire that broke out a recycling plant that was struck by a massive fire in August.

The Jersey Journal ( reports that the most recent fire occurred after 8 p.m. Sunday and started after a pile of scrap wire, 10 feet high by 25 feet wide, caught fire. Firefighters used a large payloader to take the pile apart before extinguishing the fire; officials left the scene before 10 .m.

The previous fire occurred in a large pile of metal and took more than 12 hours to bring under control. The fire also destroyed the department’s only tower ladder.

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