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Millville fire claims warehouse on site of former Wheaton Glass Company
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Millville fire claims warehouse on site of former Wheaton Glass Company

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MILLVILLE — A warehouse on the site that once housed the Wheaton Glass Company was demolished after a two-alarm fire early Wednesday morning.

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Firefighters responded to G and North Second streets shortly after 3 a.m., fire Chief Michael Lippincott said. The fire was upgraded to a second alarm, and the department received assistance by fire crews from Vineland, Cedarville, Downe Township and Rosenhayn. Firefighters were on scene for 11 hours, and no injuries were reported.

Lippincott said the warehouse, one of the larger buildings on the site, had to be demolished. The cause of the fire is under investigation.

— Ahmad Austin

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