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Conveyor belt fire in Campbellfield factory

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13 Feb 2020
Firefighters were called to Campbellfield after a conveyor belt inside a factory on Jesica Road caught alight this evening.

The first MFB crew arrived on scene within six minutes. An MFB aerial appliance was deployed to help access the fire in a section of the conveyor belt located approximately15m off the ground.   

Approximately 24 firefighters worked together at the scene and were able to bring the fire under control just before 6pm.

Thankfully, there are no reports of injury. 

At the height of the fire five pumper appliances, a rescue unit, an aerial unit, and three other units were on scene in addition a CFA unit.  

At this stage, the cause of the fire is yet to be determined.

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