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Damage Minimal Following Grocery Store Fire
07/16/2017

(KAIR)--No major damage is reported following a small fire at an Atchison grocery store.

Atchison Fire Chief Ted Graf tells MSC News it happened Saturday afternoon at Van Dyke's grocery, located at 401 North 4th Street.

Graf says the fire was confined to the basement of the store, and is being blamed on an electrical problem.

He says it was discovered by employees shortly before closing; and, due to the timing of the discovery, the fire was kept from spreading.

The Atchison Fire Department was called to the store and quickly handled the situation.

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