Spoiled food removed from burned Dietz and Watson warehouse
DELANCO, N.J. - September 25, 2013 (WPVI) -- The last of the spoiled food was removed from the burned Dietz and Watson warehouse on Wednesday.
The rotting food had caused a stink in the area, with neighbors complaining about the smell.
A special spray was used to help, but the smell was still noticeable.
More than 600 truckloads of spoiled food and other debris has been taken to area landfills since the fire back on September 1st.
There is still no word on what caused the fire.
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