State Fire Investigators Probing Cause of Fire at Dryden Concrete Plant
Thursday, March 6, 2014
State Fire Investigators Probing Cause of Fire at Dryden Concrete Plant
State Fire investigators are trying to determine what sparked a massive blaze at the Saunders Concrete Company in Dryden Wednesday morning.
Firefighters from multiple Fire Departments responded to the a large fire around 9:30 Wednesday morning 
When rescuers arrived 3at 2 Pinckney Road they were greeted by heavy black smoke and flames.
The 2 story building which was used as a company maintenance facility is a total loss, No one was inside the building when the fire started and no one was hurt.
The fire was fueld by truck tires inside the building, two trucks and a concrete mixer were also inside when the fire broke out..
The fire was confined to the building, and the concrete plant remained in operation.
Dryden, Varna, Lansing, Cayuga Heights, Groton, Freeville, and McLean were called to the scene. Cortlandville Firefighters were called man Dryden's station.
The New York State Office of Fire Prevention and Control is leading the investigation into the cause.
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