Chemical Build Up Blamed For Daytona Beach Business Fire

By on May 6, 2016 in WNDB News

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Daytona Beach, FL-Fire crews in Daytona Beach responded this morning to a blaze at Braddock Metallurgical at 400 Fentress Boulevard around 7:15 AM. Upon arrival, flames were seen at the back of the facility shooting out of the ducts. Dense smoke caused nearly zero visibility inside.

The fire is blamed on a chemical build up in the duct work. Employees told fire personnel the fire had to be extinguished using CO2 instead of water.

15 employees on scene safely evacuated the building. Photos from Daytona Beach Fire Department.

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