HOLLAND TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WOOD) - A fire caused $1.5 million in damage to a Holland Township business and $1 million to its contents, according to the fire chief, the Associated Press reports.
Several fire departments responded around 7 p.m. April 5 to Holland Alloys Inc., 4524 136th Ave., on reports of a fire.
Firefighters noticed a lot of smoke coming from the back of the building when they arrived. Officials said cardboard, wood and plastic helped spread the fire quickly inside the building.
Employees were able to escape safely.
The Holland Township Fire Department was assisted by Hart Township, Port Sheldon Township and Zeeland City Fire Department.
Holland Township Fire Chief Jim Kohsel told The Holland Sentinel April 11 that authorities haven't yet determined what started the fire but says it isn't considered suspicious.
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