75 Maine Firefighters Battle Blaze with Roof Collapse & Explosions
As many as 75 firefighters were called to the scene of a fire around 10:45 pm on Saturday night at Cooper Farms in Monmouth.
Roof Collapse and Explosions
Monmouth Fire Chief Dan Roy said there were multiple explosions and a roof collapse as a 3-bay garage and workshop “were fully involved with fire and flames.”
Fire was mostly Under Control in two Hours
Crews were able to get most of the fire under control within about two hours. Firefighters remained on the scene for an additional hour and a half to maintain control of the hot spots.
Ongoing Investigation into the Cause of the Fire
No one was injured in the blaze. The cause of the fire is under investigation. Cooper Farms is located at 155 Norris Road in Monmouth, Maine.
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