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Stockton Recycling Plant Fire 10/3/13

The wind-blown smoke could be seen for miles in the Stockton area after a Newark Recovery and Recycling caught fire Thursday afternoon. The center is located on the 800 block of Church Street, roughly at Interstate 5 and Highway 4.

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    The wind-blown smoke could be seen for miles in the Stockton area after a Newark Recovery and Recycling caught fire Thursday afternoon. The center is located on the 800 block of Church Street, roughly at Interstate 5 and Highway 4. Photo: News 10
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    The wind-blown smoke could be seen for miles in the Stockton area after a Newark Recovery and Recycling caught fire Thursday afternoon. The center is located on the 800 block of Church Street, roughly at Interstate 5 and Highway 4. Photo: News 10
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    The wind-blown smoke could be seen for miles in the Stockton area after a Newark Recovery and Recycling caught fire Thursday afternoon. The center is located on the 800 block of Church Street, roughly at Interstate 5 and Highway 4. Photo: News 10
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    The wind-blown smoke could be seen for miles in the Stockton area after a Newark Recovery and Recycling caught fire Thursday afternoon. The center is located on the 800 block of Church Street, roughly at Interstate 5 and Highway 4. Photo: News 10
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    The wind-blown smoke could be seen for miles in the Stockton area after a Newark Recovery and Recycling caught fire Thursday afternoon. The center is located on the 800 block of Church Street, roughly at Interstate 5 and Highway 4. Photo: News 10
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    The wind-blown smoke could be seen for miles in the Stockton area after a Newark Recovery and Recycling caught fire Thursday afternoon. The center is located on the 800 block of Church Street, roughly at Interstate 5 and Highway 4. Photo: News 10
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    The wind-blown smoke could be seen for miles in the Stockton area after a Newark Recovery and Recycling caught fire Thursday afternoon. The center is located on the 800 block of Church Street, roughly at Interstate 5 and Highway 4. Photo: News 10
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    The wind-blown smoke could be seen for miles in the Stockton area after a Newark Recovery and Recycling caught fire Thursday afternoon. The center is located on the 800 block of Church Street, roughly at Interstate 5 and Highway 4. Photo: News 10
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    The wind-blown smoke could be seen for miles in the Stockton area after a Newark Recovery and Recycling caught fire Thursday afternoon. The center is located on the 800 block of Church Street, roughly at Interstate 5 and Highway 4. Photo: News 10
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    The wind-blown smoke could be seen for miles in the Stockton area after a Newark Recovery and Recycling caught fire Thursday afternoon. The center is located on the 800 block of Church Street, roughly at Interstate 5 and Highway 4. Photo: News 10
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    The wind-blown smoke could be seen for miles in the Stockton area after a Newark Recovery and Recycling caught fire Thursday afternoon. The center is located on the 800 block of Church Street, roughly at Interstate 5 and Highway 4. Photo: News 10
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    The wind-blown smoke could be seen for miles in the Stockton area after a Newark Recovery and Recycling caught fire Thursday afternoon. The center is located on the 800 block of Church Street, roughly at Interstate 5 and Highway 4. Photo: News 10
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    The wind-blown smoke could be seen for miles in the Stockton area after a Newark Recovery and Recycling caught fire Thursday afternoon. The center is located on the 800 block of Church Street, roughly at Interstate 5 and Highway 4. Photo: News 10
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    The wind-blown smoke could be seen for miles in the Stockton area after a Newark Recovery and Recycling caught fire Thursday afternoon. The center is located on the 800 block of Church Street, roughly at Interstate 5 and Highway 4. Photo: News 10
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    The wind-blown smoke could be seen for miles in the Stockton area after a Newark Recovery and Recycling caught fire Thursday afternoon. The center is located on the 800 block of Church Street, roughly at Interstate 5 and Highway 4. Photo: News 10