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3 fire department, Air National Guard battle barn fire

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A barn fire in the 19000 block of Perry filled the sky with smoke on Tuesday morning and proved to be hard work for three fire departments and even the Air National Guard.

The Providence Township Fire Department responded to the scene around 9:30 a.m. and found a fully engulfed barn fire.

They received aid from the Whitehouse and Swanton Fire Departments and the Air National Guard supplied a tanker truck.

The barn was full of hay and straw that fed the flames. Fire crews were still on the scene Tuesday afternoon and expected to remain there for several more hours putting out hot spots.

No one was injured. The State Fire Marshal's Office will assist in the investigation into how the fire started.

 

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