LITTLE Rock, Arkansas is known as the home of the Presidential William J. Clinton Library and Museum with exhibits that replicate the Oval Office.
Also among the buildings was a recycling plant which grabbed the headlines after catching fire.
Is there a fire at the Little Rock, Arkansas recycling plant?
On September 21, 2021, it was reported that a fire broke out around 5 p.m. at the Goldman Recycling plant in Little Rock.
Local journalist Caitrin Assaf shared a video on Twitter showing clouds of black smoke from the flames below as fire crews continue to show up to try to put out the blaze.
At 7.20 p.m., crews were still arriving at the scene to try to control him after the evacuation of a local Budweiser factory next door.
What was the cause of the fire?
The cause of the fire is still unknown.
Assaf tweeted an update from the scene saying, “What we know: The burning building is Goldman’s recycling plant. No word on the cause of the fire or the injuries. It has started to burn. around 5:00 am Everyone in the nearby Budweiser factory was evacuated. A few trucks were set on fire. Frequent propane explosions, “Assaf tweeted.
As the blaze is close to Clinton National Airport, officials said via Fox 16 that it has not impacted flights yet.
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