TOLEDO, Ohio — Toledo Fire and Rescue crews are still at the scene of Toledo Shredding Wednesday morning after being called here Tuesday evening for an outdoor fire.
The fire was still burning Wednesday morning, but now appears to be out.
A large area of shredded cars and scrap metal approximately 100’x150’ was burning, according to TFRD spokesperson Pvt. Sterling Rahe.
The biggest challenge was finding a water source to get water to the area, but crews were getting the fire under control around 6:45 p.m. on Tuesday, according to TFRD.
TFRD requested mutual aid with Toledo Refinery, who are utilizing their foam operation.
No structures are near the fire.
EPA and City of Toledo Environmental Services also responded to fight the fire.
No injuries are reported at this time.