According to the Mason County Press in Michigan, more than 1,000 boxes used for hauling apples burned in a fire at Indian Summer fruit processing plant last week.
The fire was reported around 2 p.m. A large plume of smoke could be seen over the property.
The local fire chief said he wasn’t sure what started the fire. However, an active trash burning pile was located about 30 feet from the boxes.
About 50 firefighters were on scene. While firefighters were putting water on the fire, Indian Summer employees scrambled to remove the unburned boxes reducing the fire load.
All fire personnel cleared the scene at 5 p.m.
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Source: Mason County Press