Multiple agencies respond to large fire at Sandusky Co. recycling business

Published: Mar. 30, 2021 at 12:21 PM EDT
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CLYDE, Ohio (WTVG) - A fire at a recycling center in Sandusky County shut down multiple roads on Tuesday afternoon.

Authorities battled a fire at Keegan Enterprises on State Route 101, which was closed near the business. According to Sandusky County dispatch, there were multiple road closures around the area.

Crews responded just before 10 a.m. to multiple trailers fully engulfed in flames on the property.

The same business caught fire in October. That fire is still under investigation. Officials say it took more than 27 hours to battle the flames.

Officials tell 13abc the Fire Marshall was already at the scene of Tuesday’s fire, as 130 firefighters from more than 20 departments in Sandusky, Erie, and Seneca counties worked to put out the hot spots.

No one was hurt, but at least one trailer on the property has been declared a total loss.

Stong wind in the area drove flames into the road and nearby fields, which took the teamwork of all the first responders to put out.

The fire is still under investigation.

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