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Crews battle fire at manufacturing company in Scott County, MO

Dispatchers say there may be several buildings on fire at Ja-Mar Manufacturing, on Interstate Drive in Miner. (Source: Amanda Hanson/KFVS12) Dispatchers say there may be several buildings on fire at Ja-Mar Manufacturing, on Interstate Drive in Miner. (Source: Amanda Hanson/KFVS12)
The first call went out just after 5:15 a.m. and shortly after that crews on the scene called for more help. (Source: Amanda Hanson/KFVS12) The first call went out just after 5:15 a.m. and shortly after that crews on the scene called for more help. (Source: Amanda Hanson/KFVS12)
No one was in the building with the fire started. No one was injured. (Source: Amanda Hanson/KFVS12) No one was in the building with the fire started. No one was injured. (Source: Amanda Hanson/KFVS12)
Firefighters are concerned about the cold temperatures while fighting the flames. Staying dry is a big concern. (Source: Amanda Hanson/KFVS12) Firefighters are concerned about the cold temperatures while fighting the flames. Staying dry is a big concern. (Source: Amanda Hanson/KFVS12)
MINER, MO (KFVS) -

Firefighters are on the scene of a business fire in Scott County.

Dispatchers say there may be several buildings on fire at Ja-Mar Manufacturing, on Interstate Drive in Miner.

However, the front office building is the main focus for firefighters. The fire was initially localized to the back portion of the building, but flames started to pop up in other areas.

Crews are also concerned about a metal building directly behind the officer building that contains forklifts and propane tanks.

The first call went out just after 5:15 a.m. and shortly after that crews on the scene called for more help. 

Miner, Scott County Rural, and Sikeston crews responded to the fire.

No one was in the building with the fire started. No one was injured.

The cause of the fire is unknown.

Firefighters are concerned about the cold temperatures while fighting the flames. Staying dry is a big concern. Ambulances are on hand in case of an emergency.

Ja-Mar is family-owned business that makes specialized trailers for farm equipment.

KFVS12 has a crew at the scene and will update this story as more information becomes available.

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