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Fire Destroys Humboldt Landmark
02/16/2017

(KLZA)--Fire destroys a Humboldt, Nebraska landmark.

The Humboldt Fire Department was called to the former Cooper Mills building on the south edge of Humboldt shortly after 6 o’clock Thursday morning. 


Assistant Fire Chief Rick Dettmann told MSC News the building was fully engulfed when firefighters arrived.  Its the third time the building has caught fire.

No injuries were reported and no other buildings were damaged.  

According to the Richardson County Assessors Office records, the building is owned by Donald Stroud of Ashland, Nebraska while the Burlington Northern Railroad owns the land the building sits on.

The train tracks are about 20 feet from the building and train traffic was unable to pass during the fire.  

The building was reportedly in the process of being taken down and there was no electrical service to the building.

Pictures posted with this story were provided by members of the Humboldt Fire Department.

 

 

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