Biofuel Plant Catches Fire ({{commentsTotal}})

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A biodiesel plant in Antsla, in southern Estonia's Võru County, caught fire this morning.

Rescue services were alerted at 11:00 today, after a 10-ton container of rapeseed oil began leaking and caught fire.

One container exploded, engulfing nearby production facilities and other containers. It is believed no one has been hurt.

Firefighters from 10 stations are working to bring the flames under control.

No further information has been released.



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