Fire still burning at Brentwood recycling plant

Firefighters are still battling smoldering hot spots at a Brentwood recycling plant after a fire burned overnight. Police say garbage inside the Emjay Boulevard facility

BRENTWOOD - Firefighters are still battling smoldering hot spots at a Brentwood recycling plant after a fire burned overnight.

Police say garbage inside the Emjay Boulevard facility burst into flames at around 2 a.m. Tuesday, prompting a response from 30 local fire stations.

An Islip town worker and a firefighter both suffered minor injuries.

An investigation into what caused the blaze is ongoing.

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Officials probe cause of recycling plant blaze

The fire started and quickly spread around 2 a.m. on Emjay Boulevard.

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