On Saturday, a three-alarm fire damaged a pickle factory in Paterson, New Jersey.
According to authorities, one fireman was hurt while tackling the blaze that broke out inside the Pickle King plant at 220 Ellison St. shortly after 6 a.m.
First responders discovered the fallen roof, but no one was inside the structure at the time of the fire.”On the scene for a Three Alarm Fire that has destroyed the Pickle King building,” Mayor Andre Sayegh tweeted.
“Fortunately, our firefighters prevented the fire from spreading to PANTHER Academy.” “I am quite proud of Paterson’s Bravest’s work.”
— New York Post (@nypost) March 25, 2023
Workers were last seen at the building on Friday, according to News 12 NJ. The Pickle King is conveniently located near Panther Academy public high school and Passaic County Community College.
The fire had little effect on either, according to Sayegh. According to(source), the company has had previous troubles with settlers, according to sources. The cause of the fire was not immediately known.