Crews from multiple fire departments in east Alabama responded to a fire inside a structure off Speedway Boulevard in Lincoln.
According to a social media post by the Lincoln Fire Department, crews responded to a call of a trash fire at 3:43 p.m. Friday. Firefighters arrived to find approximately 100 tons of trash on fire inside a building.
"Everyone worked flawlessly together to safely control and extinguish the fire, as well as answering multiple other emergency calls for service," the department stated.
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Lincoln fire chief Josh Vincent said it took just under four hours to put the fire out.
The department said multiple other agencies responded to the call including Eastaboga, East Providence, Stemley and Munford volunteer fire departments as well as Lincoln Police Department, Animal Control and Street Department.