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Flames were over the top of a 120-foot silo

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Posted by on Wednesday, February 27th, 2013 @ 7:35 am.

POSEY CO.---A massive fire is getting under control in Mt. Vernon, Indiana, but it's been a dangerous one.

According to our sources at the scene, the fire began this morning about 6:30, and took out one building at the Posey County Co-Op (Farm Services) in Mt. Vernon; four vehicles were in that building and were lost; and tanks were exploding as we were on the phone to the source.

We're being told that most of the explosions were attributed to diesel and were possibly also air tanks; however, there are chemicals housed there, including weed killer (atrazine) and others.

Firefighters are working the scene right now; updates as we get them.

Flames were over the top of a 120-foot silo

Flames were over the top of a 120-foot silo

















Video to come...

Video to come...


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