Springfield Plywood & Veneer mill, in Oregon, destroyed by a massive fire, will take two years to rebuild, if it is rebuilt. Birdseye video shows destruction at the 33-acre Oregon plant complex. The fire ended 250 jobs.   

Management at owners Swanson Group, say it will take two years before production resumes. Whether to rebuild will be determined by how much insurance money is paid out, according to the Associated Press.  New reports say there may be asbestos in the debris. A new video shows the plywood plant destruction, which was the most viewed item.

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