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THANK GOODNESS YOU ALL WERE NOT AFFECTED. THAT SMOKE AND STUFF HAD TO BE AWFUL FOR THOSE IN ITS PATH. UGH. I SAW THE FIRE TRUCK BURNING ON THE NEWS LAST NIGHT, AND THOUGHT HOW TERRIBLE THAT WAS. POOR MEN/WOMEN, WHAT AN EVENT. HORRIBLE EVENT. SO HAPPY YOU ARE OK.

I love your photo's, but in this case I was glad you didn't grab your camera and make us see the smoke cloud even off in the distance. These pictures are really scary looking. All I could think to do was to say a prayer! So glad you, Alan and the farm animals are safe!

Those photos are truly horrifying. Do they know what started the fire? Like you said, I think it's a miracle that no lives were lost and only two people were injured.

OMG that is frightening. Hard to believe only 2 workers where injured. My Son is on the towns volunteer fire dept. and is often a 1st responder. Fires like this scare the bejeepers out of me. Glad the smoke blew away from Milford. What a horrible loss. The plant, the fire truck, the jobs! Hugs...

Impressive pictures! I just heard about this a few minutes ago. I'm so glad that everyone got out OK.

Oh, I'm so glad you are ok. We were gone all day yesterday and didn't see this until late.

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