Huge Fire Guts VA Printing Plant

Friday, September 1, 2017 @ 03:09 PM gHale


Firefighter rests after fighting a multi-alarm fire that broke out Saturday and burned until Sunday afternoon at the Communications Corporation of America printing plant in Boston, VA.

A multi-alarm fire that began late Saturday night and continued burning into Sunday afternoon destroyed the Communications Corporation of America (CCA) printing plant in Boston, VA.

More than 200 firefighters from at least two dozen volunteer fire departments throughout northern and central Virginia responded to the massive blaze.

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While a towering plume of smoke was visible from miles away, there were no major injuries in the incident and the cause of the fire has yet to be determined.

CCA is “a direct mail production facility [that] specializes in continuous form printing, data processing, personalization, finishing, and mail processing, according to a Bloomberg business profile.

The company offers specialty work, such as embossed and thermal plastic cards, notepads, address labels, and carbonless form impact printing. It offers direct mail services to clients in the United States and internationally.”



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