Fire erupts at Louisville GE plant

Firefighters are responding to a large fire at the General Electric Appliance Park in Louisville, Kentucky.

The Courier Journal reports that the fire started started in building 6 of the complex. Metrosafe spokeswoman Jody Duncan says they have evacuated everyone from that part of the facility.

Firefighters are designating the blaze a four-alarm fire, requiring assistance from other nearby departments.

There are no reports of injuries at this time.

To see more pictures from the fire taken by photographers with the Courier Journal, click here.

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