Passaic, NJ — Fires at a chemical plant in New Jersey with miles of flames and smoke visible in the night sky on Friday could spread to multiple buildings and reach the plant’s chemical storage area, officials said.
Mayor of Passaic Hector Lola Told to Northjersey.com Fire pop-outs and small explosions at Qualco Inc. are approaching chemicals as residents have been evacuated from the surrounding area and told to keep windows closed in at least one nearby municipality. Was showing.
“This is a chemical fire. You can see the color of the sky,” Lola told the press.
Lola said firefighters are still assessing the situation. He said there were no initial reports of loss of life.
Qualco manufactures chemicals used in the processing of pools and spas, according to its website.
Evacuation, to close windows near fire in chemical plants
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