Firefighters battle blaze at Domino Sugar refinery in St. Bernard Parish
NEW ORLEANS - St. Bernard Parish firefighters are fighting a large fire at the Domino Sugar refinery in Arabi.
Reports of the fire came in around 4 o'clock Thursday afternoon. Parish President Guy McInnis advised residents who live nearby to shelter in place.
According to WWL-TV in New Orleans, no injuries have been reported at this time. McInnis said officials are checking to make sure there are no missing refinery workers.
This is a developing story.
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