Bethel fire breaks out inside adhesive tape, cleaning solution business

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A large fire broke out at an adhesive tape company and cleaning solution business in Bethel, officials say.  

The fire broke out inside the Clarke Business Park Sunday around 1:30 p.m.

At least 120 firefighters and 15 fire tankers responded to the fire. 

No one was inside the building, and no injuries were reported. Officials say there was significant damage inside.

Both Adhesive Tape Printers and Intersurface Dynamics share the space. One company makes tape adhesives and the other makes a non-toxic cleaning supplies.

The Department of Energy and Environmental Protection was on scene to monitor any potential hazardous materials inside.

Air and water testing found nothing hazardous.

Fire officials say the businesses will be closed Monday due to the damage.

 

 

 

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