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Machine shed destroyed in Sunday fire
03/25/2019

( photo credit: Hiawatha Fire Dept.)

(KNZA)--Fire destroyed a machine shed at a rural Hiawatha residence Sunday afternoon.

Hiawatha Fire Department Public Information Officer Jordanne Shockley said firefighters were dispatched to 2125 Linden Road shortly before 2:40.

Shockley said the shed was fully engulfed with firefighters arrived.

The cause of the fire has not been determined at this time.

No further details are being released.

Assisting at the scene were the Robinson Fire Department, Brown County Rescue Squad, Town and Country EMS, Brown County Sheriff’s Department and Hiawatha Police Department.

Shockley said the Hiawatha Fire Department sends a hugh " thank you"  to Andy and Wendy Pederson, PJ Aller - Aller Construction, and to Pizza Hut.  She added the Department sincerely appreciates all the support from community members.

 

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