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MADISON, Ohio (WJW) – Tuesday morning, investigators will be back on the scene of a massive fire that took place overnight at a large chemical plant in Lake County.

Officials from the State Fire Marshal’s Office and Ohio EPA will work to figure out how the fire started and monitor for any contamination.

Here is a look from SkyFox at the damage left behind:

Initial reports of the fire started coming in before 11 p.m. Monday. More than a dozen fire departments responded to the flames at 300 Edwards St. in Madison. The fire was reportedly at ChemMasters, which makes mortar and concrete, among other things.

Officials confirm the Lake County Hazardous Materials Team was also brought to the scene and helped determined there was no need to evacuate the surrounding area.

Video obtained by FOX 8 from a viewer showed how massive the fire was. Steve Harvey told FOX 8 that he sent up his drone after he heard explosions.

There are no reports of injuries. The cause is still under investigation.