Fire broke out in the dust collector at a sawmill Friday morning in northwestern South Korea, the Incheon Western Fire Department reports.
At about 1:34 a.m., a witness spotted smoke pouring from the dust collector atop the sawmill in the western district of Incheon, bordering the capital city of Seoul. Officials dispatched 57 firefighters and 19 emergency vehicles to the scene.
Firefighters extinguished the fire in less than two hours.
Officials attributed the fire to small embers drawn into the dust collector, igniting it.
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