5,600 TONS of Rubber on Fire in Savannah, GA

February 8, 2014 at 6:24 PM Leave a comment

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Huge Blaze Fueled by 5,600 Tons of Rubber at Port of Savannah.

Firefighters battled a giant blaze fueled by 5,600 tons of rubber Saturday at the Port of Savannah, where a towering column of black smoke could be seen from miles away and prompted police to urge nearby hotels and college buildings to evacuate or keep people inside.

Firefighters were trying to contain and extinguish a fire raging inside a warehouse covering 226,000 square feet at the port’s Ocean Terminal just west of downtown Savannah. The cause of the fire wasn’t immediately known, but all port workers were accounted for and unharmed.

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