UPDATE: 9:30 a.m., officials lifted the shelter in place order.
– WEST MANCHESTER TOWNSHIP, Pa. —
A fire at Bricker’s French Fries in West Manchester Township, York County, has released harmful vapors into the air, according to the York County Office of Emergency Management. Those within a half-mile radius of the establishment are advised to stay inside with windows and doors closed.
Here is the full message from the York County Office of Emergency Management:
“The following message has been released by the County of York Commissioners through the York County Office of Emergency Management. At 0600 today, emergency personnel responded to Bricker’s French Fries at 2100 Monroe St. In West Manchester Township for a shed fire. Harmful vapors released into the air from the incident may cause adverse health conditions. All persons within a half mile radius of affected area are advised to stay indoors with windows and doors closed. Turn off all ventilation systems. Stay tuned for further instructions and updates.
Take Shelter Now.”