HERMON, Maine — The Air National Guard assisted in putting out a semi-truck fire at a Hermon, Maine, business on Tuesday afternoon.
WABI reported that fire started just before 1 p.m. at a business at Daigle and Houghton on Coldbrook Road.
Employees were able to move other tractor-trailers at the site away from the fire. The fire departments of Hermon and Hampden, Maine, as well as the Air National Guard responded to the fire.
The Department of Environmental Protection was called because some of the truck’s saddle tanks were ruptured, spilling fuel.
The Town of Hermon Fire Department posted photos and video of the fire and its aftermath on its Facebook page.
WABI reported significant damage and an investigation is underway to determine the cause.
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