HOPKINSVILLE, Ky. (WKRN) – Several fire stations in Hopkinsville spent Tuesday morning working to extinguish a fire that sparked at a factory.

According to the Hopkinsville Fire Department, crews were alerted about a structure fire at approximately 1:45 a.m. at the Metalsa factory in the 300 block of Bill Bryan Road.

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Upon arrival, fire personnel observed a large fire coming from the roof of the facility. Officials reported that firefighters immediately worked to establish a water supply and set up aerial operations to attack the flames.

All factory staff were evacuated and power to the facility was shut off, according to Hopkinsville Fire.

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Over 15 firefighters are working to extinguish the blaze. Fire officials said there have been no injuries reported to personnel or firefighters.

As of 5 a.m., crews are still working to put out the flames. Hopkinsville Fire said a “call back crew” has been brought in to maintain coverage throughout the city.

The cause of the fire remains unknown. No other information was immediately released.

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