Massive Fire at New Jersey Pepsi Distribution Plant; 2 Firefighters Injured

March 23, 2022 – PISCATAWAY, NJ: Firefighters in Piscataway responded to a massive fire at a Pepsi distribution plant at 2200 New Brunswick Ave. in NJ. According to fire officials, exploding propane tanks set much of the roof on fire. The blaze erupted around 6:30 p.m. at a warehouse near New Brunswick Avenue. According to officials, all employees were evacuated without any injuries, two firefighters sustained injuries.

Multiple fire crews from surrounding towns responded to battle the five-alarm warehouse fire. According to officials, all Pepsi Co. employees were evacuated safely without any civilian injuries. It’s been reported that at least two firefighters were injured during the fire.

One firefighter was transported to an area hospital for heat exhaustion and another was evaluated for a shoulder injury, said officials. Fire crews battled the intense blaze for hours with a multi-agency response. The official cause of fire has yet to be determined and the investigation into this incident is ongoing.

Video by Dakota Santiago (FreedomNews.TV)

Written by FNTV Staff Writer Ken Lopez

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