Massive fire breaks out at former foundry in Mishawaka

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An investigation is now underway after a massive fire at a former foundry in Northern Indiana.

Many firefighters in Mishawaka said it’s the biggest fire they’ve ever fought.

The facility erupted in flames late Monday night. Strong winds made the fire tough to fight.

The building was being used to store at least 200 boats, RVs and cars. They were all destroyed.

No one was hurt but it’s still not safe for investigators to go inside.

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