MASSIVE Explosion in Battleground State on Eve of Election

Georgia Explosion
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Georgia may get lower than expected turnout on election day after a significant explosion in southeastern Georgia was reported.

A massive explosion was reported at the Symrise Chemical Plant outside of Brunswick.

Many of the neighborhoods in the surrounding areas were ordered to evacuate.

Scary Moment

The Glynn County Sheriff’s Office stated, “The plant has been evacuated, and multiple explosions have been reported.

“There is a multi-agency fire detail on scene with more en route.”

The cause of the explosion has not yet been released.

The good news is that agencies have reported that the plant explosion is not dangerous to local communities.

According to the plant’s website, it is “inspiring fragrance, flavor, natural nutrition and cosmetic ingredients solutions” for numerous companies.

Symrise also released a statement, “Given first estimates, no one got injured and there is no danger to employees or residents.

“Local fire brigades and police fully control the situation on site.”

“The fire occurred during the regular production hours for the manufacture of fragrance ingredients.

“Currently Symrise has no reason to believe that the fire will cause additional health hazards to the local community.”

We will continue to monitor this story for updates.