Crews on the scene of fire at Specialty Bakery in Lancaster County

LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa.-- Crews are on the scene of a fire at Specialty Bakery.

Emergency dispatch confirmed that the call for a reported fire came in around 3:30 a.m. at Specialty Bakery in the 500 block of Furnace Hills Pike in Warwick Township.

There have been no reported injuries but police note that the building suffered significant loss.

The Warwick School District is seeing bus delays caused by the road closures due to the fire.

Route 501 was reopened to traffic shortly after 11 a.m., Northern Lancaster County Regional Police say.

Specialty Bakers issued a statement:
Specialty Bakers today issued the following statement on the fire that occurred at its Lititz plant early this morning:

“Our plant suffered substantial damage, but we are relieved that all of our employees were evacuated safely with no injuries. Our team is the best in the business. It’s heartwarming, that so many in our community have reached out to show their support. It’s good to know that in difficult times we live and work in a close-knit community. Our company is working with our customers to seek alternate sources for products until we can rebuild our Lititz plant, and we will rebuild. It is too early to know the cause of the fire, however the company will support the fire marshall’s investigation and cannot have any further comment until it’s completed.”