Officials: Cause of fire at Innomark Communications in Fairfield under investigation

UPDATE @ 4 a.m: Fire investigators are working to learn what caused skids of cardboards to catch fire inside the Innomark Communications building Tuesday morning, per our media partners at WCPO-TV.

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According to Fairfield fire officials, multiple agencies were called to the 400 block of Distribution Drive on a working fire with visible smoke and flames around 1:20 a.m.

The cardboard on fire inside the business created a lot of smoke, which upgraded the incident to a 2-alarm fire due to the size of the building.

Firefighters were able to extinguish the fire, which did not cause damage to the building.

No injuries were reported and employees will be able to go to work this morning, officials said.

Investigators are reviewing security footage to get insight on how the fire started.


Crews are battling a working fire that was reported at Innomark Communications on Distribution Circle Tuesday morning.

Initial reports indicate visible flames were showing from the building, located in the 400 block, around 1:20 a.m.

According to our media partners at WCPO-TV in Cincinnati, smoke was visible inside the structure as well.

The building has also reportedly been evacuated, according to emergency scanner traffic.

We will continue to update this story as more details become available.

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