Grain Bin Fire Near Morris, IL
Thermal imaging cameras were used to pinpoint remaining hot spots
A grain bin near Morris, IL, was damaged by fire on Monday afternoon, reports WCSJ.
Crews from the Dwight Fire Department found a large corn storage facility with flames showing on the inside.
Employees on scene had an access panel open where fire crews were able to attack the blaze quickly.
Thermal imaging cameras were used to pinpoint any remaining hot spots. No injuries were reported, and an estimate of damage was not available at the time of report.
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