Dozens of industrial food processing facilities have been damaged or destroyed by fires, plane crashes, and other accidents in recent weeks.
Another food processing facility has caught fire in Chesapeake, Virginia on Saturday, amid a spate of mysterious food plant accidents taking place across America.
The latest incident took place at the Perdue Farms grain processing facility, where a soybean tank was found ablaze by plant workers.
From WTKR 3:
Firefighters received a call at 501 Barnes Road at 8:41 p.m. after a plant operator at Perdue acknowledged and verified a fire at the location. All employees from the area were evacuated.
When crews arrived they found a large soybean processing tank with flames showing from the top. Firefighters climbed multiple flights of stairs using multiple hose lines to battle the fire.
The fire was called under-control at 9:48 p.m. with no injuries reported.
Soybean products must now be removed from the tank to verify the fire is completely extinguished.
Fortunately, there were no reported injuries and the plant manager claims the fire will not hinger the plant’s daily operations.
Over the last several week alone, dozens of food processing facilities have been damaged or destroyed in fires, plane crashes, and other curious incidents across the U.S.
This disastrous trend of destroyed industrial food plants coinciding with already rising food costs and supply chain issues prompted Fox News host Tucker Carlson to question the timing of these accidents.
Puppet president Joe Biden himself even recently warned the American people to “expect” food shortages to become “real.”