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Silo Fire May Have Been Caused by Hot Weather

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A fire broke out in a hopper atop this silo in Selma. Firefighters had to climb 80 feet to put it out. (WRAL-TV5 News)
SELMA — The high heat may have caused a silo fire in Johnston County Monday.

A small hopper attached to a grain silo caught fire at Wayne Feeds in Selma. Crews from two fire departments had to climb more than 80 feet to get to the hopper.

No one was hurt.