A fire in a Corinth manufacturing plant caused hundreds of thousands of dollars in damage Monday.The call came in around seven Monday night.Officials say fire alarms at Corinth Wood Pellets alerted them to the blaze.Crews from eight different towns helped fight the fire.When fire fighters entered the smoke filled building, they found a cooling tower filled with flames.They were able to extinguish the fire quickly, and crews were officially cleared from the scene just before 11 Monday night.However, we’re told some fire fighters were still there Tuesday morning. “Basically very typical of fires that we have at this facility,” Said Corinth Fire chief Scott Bragdon. “It was a stubborn, smokey fire, and had to be dug out. Matter of fact, crews will be here most of the night doing that, wetting down hot spots.”One of the machines at the plant was destroyed.The fire was contained to the manufacturing plant. Officials say no damage was done to the rest of the building.