Police say the fire at the Northern Metals recycling facility in Becker, Minnesota that raged for days has been put out.
Four days after flames broke out, the fire at the Northern Metals facility in Becker, Minnesota is still burning and officials say it could still another couple of days before every flame is extinguished.
Early air quality test results from the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency do not show signs of dangerous levels of chemicals following the massive fire at Northern Metals in Becker, Minnesota, according to the latest update from the Becker Police Department.
Minnesota’s top pollution regulators ordered a Minneapolis recycling company to shut down some of its operations because of a massive fire that has burned for days in Sherburne County.
Minnesota health and pollution officials are asking people to stay away from the Northern Metals facility in Becker while crews work to put out the fire and air quality testing continues.
In a release, the Becker Police Department says a fire break has been successfully established to separate the burning car debris from the rest of the lot. The plan, announced Wednesday, is to let the separated section burn out.
The Superintendent made the decision to close schools Thursday after the Northern Metals fire is expected to blaze through the day after starting Tuesday.
Officials are keeping a close eye on air quality as a fire at the Northern Metal Recycling facility in Becker, Minnesota continues to burn Wednesday.
Officials are investigating a fire that started overnight at the Northern Metal Recycling facility in Becker, Minnesota. As officials warn residents of poor air quality, the police chief said it could take days to fully extinguish the fire.
After a fire ignited at the Northern Metal Recycling facility in Becker, Minnesota, the smoke has become an issue for neighboring areas. It's even large enough to be seen on the FOX 9 radar.
A woman died and a man was seriously injured in a motorcycle crash Saturday evening in Becker, Minnesota.
A six-year-old Minnesota boy is home safe on Wednesday after he went missing Tuesday but was located thanks to hard work by law enforcement, local leaders, and hundreds of members of the community.
A 6-year-old boy who went missing after school in Becker, Minnesota Tuesday thanked his dog, Remington, for helping keep him safe until he was found as well as the more than 600 volunteers who helped search for him.
A private drone operator using a drone with heat-seeking technology helped law enforcement officers find a missing 6-year-old boy and his dog in Becker, Minnesota overnight Tuesday.
With the help of over 600 volunteers and one drone operator, officials in Sherburne County say the 6-year-old boy who went missing Tuesday afternoon near Becker, Minnesota was found early Wednesday. He was located about a mile and a half from his home with his dog, Remmie.