A portion of the 10K tons of corn from the collapsed silo. New Carlisle fire officials say that’s about $1.2 MILLION worth of corn grains. pic.twitter.com/di6RJ3TCB7
— Rachel Aragon (@RachelFOX45Now) January 22, 2018
1-22-18 – Ohio 571 is expected to be shut down in New Carlisle for several days to remove 10,000 tons of corn (approximately 200 semi-truck loads) that fell into the roadway after a grain silo collapsed at the Miami Valley Feed and Grain Company late Sunday night.
The collapse knocked down multiple power poles, disrupting electric service to around 300 Dayton Power and Light customers.
Feed mill officials do not believe anyone was trapped as a result of the collapse and no employees were on site, some concern was with possible traffic passing the location at the time of the collapse.
— ABC 22/FOX 45 Dayton (@ABC22FOX45) January 22, 2018