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Fire destroyed pallet facility in Osceola

Fire at Best Pallet (Source: Ben Fountain) Fire at Best Pallet (Source: Ben Fountain)
(Source: Tee Jay) (Source: Tee Jay)

OSCEOLA, AR  (KAIT) – The Osceola Fire Department is working a structure fire on Ohlendorf Road, according to dispatch. The fire is burning at a pallet facility in the southeastern part of the city. No injuries have been reported. According to dispatchers, the building is considered a total loss.

According to a dispatcher, fire crews responded to the scene at 5:51 Tuesday night. Heavy smoke can be seen from miles away. Region 8 News was told that Best Pallet caught fire, but it's not known how the fire started. The fire is still burning hours later.

According to a fire dispatcher, the building was full of wooden pallets. Crews will stay near the fire overnight to make sure the fire doesn't spread to other buildings.

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