Marshfield Fire Exceeds $1 Million In Damage
MARSHFIELD, Wis. (AP) Damage from a weekend fire at a food ingredient plant in central Wisconsin is estimated at $1 million.
Marshfield fire officials say the blaze at Quality Ingredients Corp., was contained to a drying unit inside one of the company's buildings. Deputy Chief Craig DeGrand says the fire destroyed about $1 million worth of processed food product.
Firefighters were on the scene Sunday morning for about six hours.
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