We have yet another ‘coincidence’ to report at a food processing plant.
Aren’t we close to 100 of these strange events now?
🔥 97 food processing plants have caught on fire this year.
— Kathy Barnette 🏃🏿♀️🏃🏿♀️ (@Kathy4Truth) June 21, 2022
That makes 97 in total!https://t.co/rYs108mkUL
— Ultra MAGA Lynn ❤️s Trump 🇺🇸 (@LynnWoodcock2) June 15, 2022
97 Food Processing plants destroyed in the last year. Wake up people. pic.twitter.com/SV0qUW9jDI
— Brian Moore (@bamoore) June 20, 2022
Crews from multiple fire departments battled a warehouse fire in Wilder (KY), according to Campbell County Dispatch.
The fire broke out sometime before 5:15 p.m. in the Castellini Company-owned building on Plum Street.
No injuries were reported from the blaze at the produce warehouse.
Crews battle fire at Castellini Company produce (organic food) warehouse in NKY https://t.co/oGWnR342JW
— Jess ✨🐭 (@JessClarke007) June 23, 2022
FOX 19 Now reporter Payton Marshall wrote, “Chief Schultz just confirmed that the fire started from a trailer that was parked at the Castellini warehouse. Schultz said the fire spread through the structure.”
— Payton marshall (@paytontvnews) June 16, 2022
FOX 19 Now reported:
Fire crews from Wilder, Alexandria, Fort Thomas, Newport and Southgate all responded.
A cooling bus provided by the Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky is there to provide for the firefighters working in extremely hot temperatures, according to a TANK spokesperson.
Crews remain on scene as of 9 p.m.
The Castellini Company is a supply chain company specializing in produce sourcing and delivery and transportation services, according to the company’s website.