Massive toxic fire threatens water supply in Ohio city

50 agencies responded to oil company blaze, plume showed up on weather radar

By Everdeen Mason, Mark McGregor, and Tom Beyerlein
Dayton Daily News

PIKE TWP., Ohio — A massive blaze at an oil company took firefighters six hours to get under control Thursday and will require an extensive environmental cleanup.

More than 50 agencies responded — including every fire department in Clark County — to the fire at the R.D. Holder Oil Co., 2219 Folk Ream Road.

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