UPDATE (8:57 a.m.) — Fire crews from Germantown Hills arrived at BioUrja. Hoses were connected to a water fountain, but no action has been taken yet.

Both silos are now smoking.

UPDATE (8:27 a.m.) — Two of three fire trucks left the scene, but white smoke continued to leak out of the left silo.

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UPDATE (7:38 a.m.) — The Peoria Fire Department (PFD) and BioUrja staff will have a meeting Tuesday at 9 a.m., where they will decide the course of action for PFD, according to Battalion Chief Clint Kuhlman.

Three fire crews will be outside BioUrja on Tuesday. Before the silos can be torn down, crews must ensure there are no smoldering or flames inside.

PEORIA, Ill. (WMBD) — The process to contain a fire at Peoria’s BioUrja plant is ongoing, and smoke can still be seen coming out of the silos.

This comes almost a week after the initial explosion at the plant, damaging grain silos.

WMBD reported black smoke billowing from one of the silos Tuesday morning. While the smoke “has slowed down,” according to WMBD’s Matt Sheehan, who is live on the scene, white smoke is still slowly rising from the grain silo on the left.

As of about 7 a.m., the Peoria Fire Department has set up an Emergency Operations Center under the Cedar Street Bridge, with firefighters present.

Sheehan reported before 8 a.m., a man claiming to be an inspector said BioUrja canceled his inspection “indefinitely.” He drove from Wisconsin to inspect the two units in the photo below.

He appeared not to have any idea the explosions happened.

This story will be updated as more updates come in from crews in the field.