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Keyword: owl corporation

Units are still on the scene of the three-alarm fire at the Owl Corporation in Dundalk, Maryland.

Units have been on the scene all night and continue to pull the debris, paper products, from the warehouse and douse the smoldering areas. The two fire engines on the scene are expected to be there for another 3-4 hours.

The cause and origin are still under investigation by the Baltimore County Police Departments FID unit.

Approximately 50 pieces of apparatus and 130 personnel from Baltimore County, Baltimore City, and Martins Air Force base assisted in placing this fire under control.

No injuries to fire personnel or civilians were reported.

 Tonight at 6:26 PM, Baltimore County Fire Department units were dispatched to 1900 Graves Court, Dundalk, Maryland for a reported building fire at the Owl Corporation, a recycling plant.

Upon arrival, units found heavy fire in the portion of the warehouse that housed bundles of recycled paper. Due to the heavy fire conditions and the structural integrity of the building, firefighters were forced to use exterior operations to control this fire. A second and third alarm were dispatched to help control this fire. At this time fire department units are still on the scene and expect to be for most of the night.

No injuries have been reported and the cause and origin of the fire are under investigation.

Updates will be given as they become available.

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