DEVELOPING: Collapse at Morton Salt facility in Chicago, several cars buried in salt

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CHICAGO (WGN/AP) — A wall at a Morton Salt storage facility has collapsed, burying several cars at a next door auto dealership in the grainy white stuff.

WGNTV.com provided a view from the air of the collapse -- and Chicago Fire Media reports on Twitter that the cars affected are from an Acura dealership adjacent to Morton.

Company spokeswoman Denise Lauer says a side wall broke Tuesday afternoon on Chicago's northwest side, spilling road salt outside the facility and onto neighboring property. Morton Salt Inc. is a 100-year-old company based in Chicago best known for its pourable table salt.

No injuries were reported.

Chicago Fire Department spokesman Larry Langford says the collapse happened around 2 p.m. He says city engineers will look at the building's structural integrity.

Cars buried in salt at Morton Salt facility in Chicago

Cars buried in salt at Morton Salt facility in Chicago

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