FIRE BREAKS OUT AT PHOENIX RECYCLING PLANT

A fire at a recycling plant in Phoenix on Friday morning has been brought under control, according to Phoenix Fire Department. The incident started with cardboard catching fire and getting out of control inside a machine.         

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