Scrap Metal Fire Smoke From The Dotte Clouds Kansas City Skies Friday Morning

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Amid World Cup dreams and lofty political protestations, metallic trash fire starts Friday morning in Kansas City

Deets from the scene . . .

"You might’ve seen this smoke traveling in the area. It’s coming from Advantage Metals Recycling. KCK Asst. Fire Chief is on his way to give us an update. Truck drivers told me this is an area for crushed cars & that’s on fire."

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Smoke seen for miles from Kansas City, Kansas, recycling fire

KANSAS CITY, Kan. - Plumes of thick black smoke can be seen for miles around the metro Friday morning as crews work to extinguish a fire at Advantage Metals Recycling near S. 12th Street and Metropolitan. FOX4's Tia Johnson says people at the scene tell her the area on fire is used for crushing vehicles.

Smoke from Kansas City, Kansas, industrial fire seen miles away

KANSAS CITY, Kan. - Firefighters in Kansas City, Kansas, were working to extinguish a fire Friday morning at an industrial facility. Around 5 a.m. Friday, crews were dispatched to the facility located at 1153 S. 12th Street on a reported fire.

Video from News Chopper 9 shows firefighters battling massive blaze at scrap metal recycling plant

Large plumes of smoke coming from a fire at a Kansas City, Kansas, recycling plant could be seen for miles on both sides of the state line Friday morning. KCK fire crews were called to Advantage Metals Recycling in the 1100 block of South 12th Street early Friday morning after a massive fire broke out in an industrial section of the plant.

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