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Scrap vehicles catch fire at Brevard County recycling plant

PALM BAY, Fla. – About two dozen scrap vehicles caught on fire Tuesday night at a recycling plant in the Rockledge area and now, work is underway to extinguish the flames.Brevard County Fire Rescue said the fire was reported on Ansin Road shortly after 7 p.m.[TRENDING: Hundreds line up for free turkeys | COVID-19 vaccine FAQs | 11 things to be thankful for during pandemic]About 30 minutes later, firefighters said they were using foam to attempt to extinguish the flames. Then at 7:45 p.m., they said the situation was upgraded to a two-alarm fire.No further details were immediately available.Check back for more updates on this developing story.Multiple vehicles on fire on Ansin Road in South #Rockledge.

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PALM BAY, Fla. – About two dozen scrap vehicles caught on fire Tuesday night at a recycling plant in the Rockledge area and now, work is underway to extinguish the flames.Brevard County Fire Rescue said the fire was reported on Ansin Road shortly after 7 p.m.[TRENDING: Hundreds line up for free turkeys | COVID-19 vaccine FAQs | 11 things to be thankful for during pandemic]About 30 minutes later, firefighters said they were using foam to attempt to extinguish the flames. Then at 7:45 p.m., they said the situation was upgraded to a two-alarm fire.No further details were immediately available.Check back for more updates on this developing story.Multiple vehicles on fire on Ansin Road in South #Rockledge.
PALM BAY, Fla. – Brevard County is reporting an increase in coronavirus cases compared to earlier this fall when leaders reported the virus had stabilized and appeared to be under control.The county’s health department administrator this month said the level that’s now stabilized is higher than in previous months.Brevard County reported 86 new cases Monday.

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