Sugar Plant Destroyed by Fire

Sugar Plant Destroyed by Fire

Fire destroyed the pulp warehouse of the Caro, Mich., plant of the Michigan Sugar Company on December 8, causing damage estimated at $250,000.

The building, a 350 by 45 foot brick structure, only sixty-five feet from the main plant, contained about 1,500 tons of pulp, a dried by-product of the sugar extracting process, which is used for stock feed.

The warehouse was rebuilt after a fire about twenty-five years ago.

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