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The Clarksburg Fire Department responded to a fire at a local glass manufacturer on Tuesday night.

It happened around 10:30 p.m. at EuropTec USA, Inc. Glass and Polymer Technologies on Tuna Street.

Clarksburg fire chief Rick Scott said the fire started in an acid etching room. Scott said six workers were inside the building at the time of the fire, but everyone was able to get out safely.

Harrison County EMS also responded to the fire, but no one was transported.

Scott said the building houses hydrochloric acid, but he said he didn't know if it was a factor. The Clarksburg Fire Department is investigating, along with the state fire marshal.