Monday, December 31, 2012

Fire Causes Road Closure
A portion of a roadway had to be shut down due to a structure fire on Milligan Highway. The fire left three families displaced. The Red Cross says that two of the families have found places to stay but they are still working on finding housing for the third family. No one was injured in the incident. All twelve people in the apartment building made it out okay. Fire crews ran into problems due to the cold weather. Water from the fire hoses would freeze up on the roadway and in the yard. Officials had to close the road at around five o'clock Monday morning and it did not reopen until Twelve thirty Monday afternoon. Fire officials are still looking at what caused the fire but think it might have started in the attic of the building. (CC)

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