PHOENIX -- A day after battling a massive debris fire at a recycling plant, Phoenix firefighters responded to a fire at another recycling business.
The latest fire occurred around 8 a.m. Monday and involved a large scrap metal yard in the area of 29th Avenue and Lincoln Street west of downtown Phoenix.
An employee told firefighters that he experienced an electrical shock when a power line came down on a pile of scrap he was working on, according to Capt. Ruben Saavedra with the Phoenix Fire Department. He was treated at the scene.
At least 200 firefighters battled a three-alarm fire at a different recycling plant Sunday afternoon.
That fire burned bales of paper and cardboard at Arizona Pacific Pulp and Paper near 36th Street and University Drive.