Firefighters battled a massive fire that tore through a Trenton recycling plant overnight.
Flames were ravaging cars -- including at least three trucks -- and trees on the site when firefighters arrived to All County Recycling around 1 a.m., several news reports say.
The fire was upgraded to a 2nd alarm blaze with two ladder towers working, and multiple hand lines, the outlet says.
Much of the fire was under control by 2 a.m., and was later brought to a 3rd alarm blaze due to the overhaul, Jersey Shore Fire Response says.
The cause remains under investigation and no injuries were reported.
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