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Silo Fire at ADM Grain Terminal in Michigan

April 20, 2020

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Silo Fire at ADM Grain Terminal in Michigan
The response to the fire at the ADM grain terminal in Ottawa Lake, MI last week. Image courtesy of Bedford Township Fire Department on Facebook

Crews from several area fire departments responded to the Archer Daniels Midland (ADM) grain terminal in Ottawa Lake, MI last Thursday after a blaze ignited in a 115-ft silo, the Monroe News reported. The scene was active through Friday as fire personnel to monitor the smoldering silo and assess the damage. 

The Ottawa Lake Volunteer Fire Department was called to the scene at about 9:25 a.m. Several other departments also responded to the site, the newspaper’s coverage said, and firefighters worked to douse the flames for most of the day.

On Friday, fire officials met with ADM staff to determine the next steps for the damaged silo.

The report did not included information on whether or not injuries occurred during the incident.

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