Nearly $2 million damage in Odell fruit bin fire
ODELL, Ore. (AP) — Damage is estimated at nearly $2 million from a fire that burned a stack of fruit bins at Diamond Fruit Growers in Odell.
KPTV reports more than 10,000 bins burned and each was worth $150.
The Monday night fire left a charred mess of plastic.
The state fire marshal, Hood River detectives and Oregon State Police are investigating the cause.
Diamond Fruit Growers is a cooperative of pear and cherry orchardists in the Hood River Valley.