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May-04-2007 05:52printcomments

UPDATE: Overnight Three Alarm Fire Damages Linn County Seed Company

Oregon Highway 99-E re-opened to traffic at noon.

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(TANGENT, Ore.) - A three-alarm fire ripped through a Linn County seed company this morning.

40 firefighters from from Albany, Tangent, Lebanon, Corvallis and Halsey-Shedd responded to the blaze.

Some of the crews are still on scene putting out hot-spots.

The fire was reported just after 1:00 AM at the Beta Seed Company in Tanget by someone walking by who noticed smoke and flames coming from the building.

Fire officials say the fire was contained to the second floor and the attic area of the business.

Crews were able to save the businesses computers from the fire. No injuries were reported.

Highway 99-E had been closed since the fire began, but re-opened to traffic at noon.

The cause of the fire remains under investigation.

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