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EnTire Recycling fire

EnTire Recycling Plant in Missouri Could Continue to Burn for Weeks

The fire is no longer being fought by officials, but it is still producing a massive amount of smoke that can be seen upwards to 10 miles away.

The EnTire Recycling plant in Missouri, which caught fire on Sunday night, could continue to burn for several weeks, according to Atchison County Emergency Management.

The fire is no longer being fought by officials, but it is still producing a massive amount of smoke that can be seen upwards to 10 miles away.

News Channel Nebraska has more:

The EnTire Recycling plant continues to burn after a Sunday night fire that torched the whole building and surrounding rubber products.

Atchison (MO) County Emergency Management said on Wednesday afternoon that the fire is controlled at this point, but is still expected to burn for several weeks. Smoke can be seen upwards to 10 miles away from the plant, located in Phelps City, Missouri, three miles east of Brownville, Neb.

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