Serious fire at a UK plastic furniture company creates a smoke-filled storm with the "whirlwind of fire" swirling to the sky.
Serious fire at a UK plastic furniture company creates a smoke-filled storm with the “whirlwind of fire” swirling to the sky.
At 1:40 am on 7 August (local time), a serious fire occurred at Ravensbourn Plastics Ltd, in Lane, Woodville, South Derbyshire, UK, creating a ” whirlwind of fire “is extremely large up to the sky.
10 vehicles and more than 50 firefighters were urgently mobilized to control the fire.
10 vehicles and more than 50 firefighters from three separate districts were immediately dispatched to extinguish the fire. It took 12 hours, the fire was under control. In the dark night, the huge smoke rising as the people around it feel scared. Authorities urged people to close their doors to avoid danger.
The air conflict has created a devastating vortex.
It is known that this is the bread tray factory for the whole of the United Kingdom. More than 600,000 trays were destroyed in the fire. The fire came from a stacked plastic sheeting at a 10,000 square meter plant.
Russell Meredith, 36, executive director of the Ravensbourn plant and his father, David Meredith, 74, co-owner of the company, said the fire started after midnight when there were still three people in the plant.
Fortunately, there is no people damage . The cause of the fire is being investigated further.
“The factory is fine, it has been in operation for about a month now. We will proceed to work again after the fire is over. Fortunately, no one was hurt. Money can be earned but people do not, “David told Burton Mail.
Hao Luong Luong