A FIRE broke out at a Taylor Farms facility in Salinas, California late Wednesday night.
Crews said the blaze started during a welding project.
Multiple emergency crews have responded to the scene as they struggle to tackle the blaze.
The chief of the Salinas Fire Department told KION that crews are starting to lose the building.
Crews say they’re not getting the sufficient water pressure needed to tackle the blaze.
No employees were inside the building when the fire broke out.
It’s not known if anybody has been injured.
According to local reports, smoke from the fire has drifted into a nearby neighborhood and there is a lingering chemical smell.
Local residents have been warned to expect smoke in the air for some time.
以上 3,000 people in the city of Salinas are employed by Taylor Farms, including the headquarters.
The facility was founded in 1995 in the Salinas Valley.