1 Firefighter Hurt in Plymouth Factory Fire
A fire broke out at a large oven at an automotive parts plant Wednesday morning.
One firefighter was injured while responding to a fire at a Plymouth Township automotive parts plant Wednesday morning, according to an article in the Observer & Eccentric.
According to the article, the Plymouth Community Fire Department responded to a fire at Tower Automotive, located at Plymouth Oaks Boulevard near M-14, around 9 a.m. The fire was extinguished by 11:30 a.m.
According to the Observer & Eccentric, the fire was in a giant oven used to coat frames for the Jeep Wrangler.
One PCFD firefighter suffered a cut to the leg from a saw he was using to access the oven, the article states. Nobody else was injured.
Production was halted at the plant Wednesday morning while firefighters from Plymouth, Canton and Northville township put out the fire.