Little Rock, Arkansas – A major fire broke out in Little Rock recycling center on Wednesday, authorities confirmed.
According to them, around 5 p.m. the Little Rock Fire Department received multiple calls about the heavy fire in area.
Those who reported the fire said that they are seeing a large column of thick, black smoke.
The source of the fire was found to be at Goldman Recycling at 1701 E. 14th Street.
The flames and smoke were seeing from miles away.
The Fire Department officials said that no injuries were reported in the incident.
More details about the case are expected in the next few days.
Stay with us for updates.
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