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Emergency crews work to contain chemical runoff after fire

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WAYNE COUNTY, OH (WOIO) - Emergency crews are on the scene of a fire in Creston, in Wayne County.

According the Wayne County Emergency Management Agency, the fire started when a truck inside of a building at WG Dairy on Cleveland Road caught fire.

EMA officials say there were chemicals inside the building at the time.

The fire is under control, but crews from multiple agencies are working to clean up chemicals that spilled in the blaze. 

All chemicals are contained inside the building, but emergency officials have ordered residents in a half mile radius of the business to shelter in place until further notice.

We have not received word of any injuries.

There's no word on how long clean-up could take.

We have a crew in Wayne County gathering information. Check back for updates.

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