SHEBOYGAN COUNTY, Wis. --
Residents of the village of Adell in Sheboygan County are being allowed to return to their homes following a fire at a co-op plant.
Firefighters from at least 15 agencies battled the fire at the Adell Co-Op on Main Street early Wednesday morning. Sheriff's Capt. Dave Adams said a series of explosions were heard around 3 a.m.. He said the plant wasn't staffed when the fire broke out.
Adell Fire Chief Will Schneiderwent said the evacuation of the village, which has about 500 residents, was ordered because of chemicals that are in the plant.
He said that one firefighter suffered an ankle injury and was taken to a local hospital.
Home Video Shows Flames Shooting From Adell Plant
Photos and home video sent in by a 12 News viewer show flames shooting up from the building's roof.
Evacuated residents were directed to the high school in nearby Random Lake.
There's no word yet on what caused the fire.
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