A massive fire broke out at a Kissimmee, Florida nursery supplies warehouse on Thursday.
Approximately, two acres of plastic planters were set ablaze before spreading to five acres. Local residents with breathing issues are being told to stay inside.
No injuries have been reported.
FOX 11 reported the latest of what seems to be daily disasters:
OSCEOLA COUNTY, Fla. – More than 70 firefighters responded to a raging fire at a nursery in Kissimmee, Florida, on Thursday morning where nearly five acres of plastic planters caught fire, sending plumes of smoke into the air.
According to Osceola Fire officials, a call came in around 2 a.m. about the fire burning behind Nursery Supplies, Inc. at 2050 Ave. A. Officials said about two acres of plastic planters were ablaze before spreading to five acres.
The flames are reportedly two stories high, and residents with breathing issues are being urged to stay inside.
The nursery itself was not on fire, but it was evacuated because workers were inside.
In a statement to FOX 35 News, a company spokesperson for Nursery Supplies said the fire appeared to have started along the back fence of the property. The cause of the fire is still being investigated.
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