A small turbine fire at a power plant in Holland, Michigan, extinguished itself Monday morning before firefighters could arrive, the Holland Department of Public Safety reports via Twitter.
“A small amount of oil was ignited however the cause is still under investigation,” the Twitter site states.
The fire, which broke out at about 11 a.m., was confined to the turbine compartment of the plant and only slightly reduced the facility’s output, The Holland Sentinel reports. Customer service was not impacted.
A fire department spokesperson said that no injuries were reported.