NEENAH - Neenah firefighters spent Friday morning battling a fire at a business.
The fire was reported around 4:30 a.m. at Futek on Discovery Drive.
The company makes tags and labels.
Firefighters tried to douse the fire from outside the building. The roof later cave in.
Officials aren't saying if the building was open at the time of the fire.
However, they do not believe anyone was hurt.
Update as of 11:25 a.m. Friday:
Neenah fire officials say firefighters remain on scene. They say it will be awhile before they will able to get into the building to investigate the cause of the fire.
Update as of 7:15 a.m. Friday:
Firefighters say weather isn't a huge issue as they try and put out the fire but visibility is an issue for crew members.
They are trying to put out the fire from the outside.
The roof has caved in, smoke is coming out of all sides of the building.
"It looked like a huge glow from the distance," Marques Holewinski who used to work at Futek. "I just work down the road and I came outside to see what was going on, just a big glow."
Holewinski said Futek makes a lot of tags and labels, he also says there is a lot of paper inside the building.
FOX 11 was told Futek usually opens at 6:00 a.m. on Fridays.
Officials aren't saying if the building was open at the time of the fire and are not sure of any injuries.
Update as of 6:45 a.m. Friday:
Flames have been seen coming out of the building and officials say the roof has caved in.
Town of Menasha, Neenah and Menasha fire departments on scene.
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Firefighters are battling a fire at a business in Winnebago County.
The fire is at Futek Forms, Tags & Labels at 540 Discovery Drive in Neenah. Discovery Drive is closed. The fire was called in around 4:30 a.m. Friday.
We spoke with Neenah police, who told us there are flames coming from the roof. Outagamie County officials are also assisting with the fire.
Officials don't believe anyone was injured.
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