By CBS3 Staff

WINSLOW TOWNSHIP, N.J. (CBS) – A warehouse fire in Camden County reignited. Firefighters returned to the Johns Manville plant on North Grove Street in Winslow Township, around 11:15 p.m. Wednesday.

Fire Reignites At Johns Manville Plant In Winslow Township Less Than 24 Hours After 4-Alarm Blaze

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This happened less than 24 hours after a four-alarm fire at the plant.

“Nearly thirty (30) hours after the first alarm was transmitted, firefighters remain on the scene of the Johns Manville Fire. Seven alarms were ultimately struck for this fire yesterday,” the Camden County IAFF Local 3249 posted on Facebook Thursday morning. “As part of an organized incident management plan, fire companies throughout the region are being rotated in to the scene for defined operational periods to prevent safety hazards due to fatigue from overwork. Other companies are also covering for units committed to the scene in order to ensure adequate coverage is maintained for any other emergencies that may occur within the region while this extended operation continues.”

Photos by Richard Faunce


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Firefighters continue to overhaul the scene while smoldering racks of building materials are being pulled apart with front-end loaders.

Johns Manville makes insulation and building materials.

There are no reports of injuries.

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The cause of the fire is under investigation.