Fire broke out at a Sedgwick plant on Tuesday morning.
Fire crews battled a blaze in Sedgwick, Kan., on Tuesday.
According to KSNW , several explosions were reported at Green Energy Products prior to the flames. Several crews remained on the scene battling the fire.
It took crews of more than 40 firefighters three hours to battle and contain the fire.
Crews were brought in from across the area, including McConnell Air Force Base.
Authorities say more than 5,000 gallons of methanol, biodiesel and corn syrup were sitting in tanks inside the plant.
The cause of the fire is still under investigation.