Portland’s Industrial District Saw a Two-alarm Fire That Started in a Hopper

On Tuesday, May 30,Β evening, a fire that started in the materials contained within a hopper at an industrial building in Portland escalated into a fire requiringΒ two alarms.

Portland's Industrial District Saw a Two-alarm Fire

According to a tweet posted by Portland Fire & Rescue, smoke was seen billowing out of two levels of the structure on three different sides in the 2700 block of NW Industrial Street.

The crews’ ability to enter the land was hindered down due to the presence of an outer fence. The company of a propane tank with a capacity of one thousand gallons on the exterior of the building was a cause for concern for the fire department.

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However, the personnel was able to get the fire under control, and the smoke was removed from the warehouse in a reasonable amount of time. At this time, there is no additional information that can be provided.

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