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Article published October 22, 2012
Indiana, Pa., printing plant hit by fire
INDIANA, Pa. — Fire crews have been battling a blaze at a printing company that has produced smoke that can be seen for miles. The fire at Creps United Publications near Indiana, Pa. was reported about 8:30 a.m. and appeared to be largely under control by noon. Indiana County emergency management coordinator Tom Stutzman says ink used at the plant isn’t flammable because it is soy-based, but the large volumes of paper stored there have fueled the fire. No workers have been hurt, though two firefighters are said to be hurt, one from a hose and another from an unspecified medical condition. The cause of the fire was not immediately clear. The company prints bulk inserts and brochures for newspapers.