Oven Fire Forces Evacuation of Kellogg’s Cereal PlantOven Fire Forces Evacuation of Kellogg’s Cereal Plant
October 23, 2017
Workers were evacuated from the plant near the intersection of 96th and F Streets after an accumulation of reside ignited in an oven at the facility, the Omaha Fire Department told the newspaper. Firefighters halted the flames before they spread beyond the oven.
A worker received treatment for smoke inhalation and a firefighter was examined for a rolled ankle, but was later released.
Kellogg’s Omaha plant opened in 1942 and was the firm’s second manufacturing facility in the U.S., according to a 2013 post on the Nebraska Manufacturing Advisory Council’s website.
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