An explosion of fire at a pumpkins warehouse in Oregon this week ignited a fiery blaze that burned through hundreds of gallons of incense and left the facility’s owner terrified.
Firefighters were called to the facility, located in the small town of Ralston, on Thursday after the owner noticed flames burning through his building, Oregon Fire Department spokesman Greg Johnson said.
The fire broke out about 1 p.m. local time, according to Johnson, but the cause of the blaze was not immediately known.
The warehouse, a large industrial facility, has been vacant for nearly a year.
The fire broke through a large section of the building, causing massive flames to pour into the warehouse and spread quickly through the building.
There were no injuries, according with the Oregon State Fire Marshal’s office.
Fire officials said it was not clear what caused the fire.
The Oregon Department of Forestry and Fire Protection is investigating the cause.
The facility has been in operation for almost 10 years, according the Oregon Department for Agriculture and Consumer Services.