BREAKING: Fire engulfs Missouri Better Bean plant in Bunceton

After working several hours Saturday to put out a fire at the Missouri Better Bean Plant in Bunceton, fire officials said the building is destroyed.

"It will be a total loss other than the office building in the front and the one elevator could be contained, but the actual plant itself is going to be a total loss," said Ryan Reuter, Cooper County Fire Division Chief.

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BREAKING: Fire engulfs Missouri Better Bean plant in Bunceton

After working several hours Saturday to put out a fire at the Missouri Better Bean Plant in Bunceton, fire officials said the building is destroyed.

"It will be a total loss other than the office building in the front and the one elevator could be contained, but the actual plant itself is going to be a total loss,"…

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