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Fire breaks out at Lippert facility in Goshen

Fire breaks out at Lippert facility in Goshen

GOSHEN, Ind. — A Lippert Components plant in Goshen was evacuated Monday evening after a fire broke out in the front of the building, the Elkhart Truth reported.

The fire was reported at Lippert’s Customer Support Services facility at 1701 Century Drive around 6 p.m. The first Goshen fire units on the scene found heavy smoke pouring from the front of the building.

A Lippert maintenance employee said the fire appeared to start in the compressor room inside the plant and most of the flames were contained there.

The full story is available at the Elkhart Truth.

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